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Humanity in crisis & rediscovering who we were meant to be

I have taken the last two years to write a book about the state of the human race and its effect on Christianity. The goal is to rediscover the nobility and granduer for which we were created and in so doing to re-discover our roles in salvation history.

I have created a internet site which provides more detail:

http://thewilltolove.tatepublishing.net

The book is entitled "The Will to Love" . This is no coincidence. Nietzsche wrote a famous book "The Will to power" at the end of the 19th century. While many have neither read this or even heard of it, it has pervasively shaped our world and our conceptions of ourselves to this day.

The book is not an academic treatise, but it does brign in other great thinkers to make its case. I truly hope that those of you who know experiencially that we are in a battle with materialism, hedonism and the emptiness that they leave in their wake will enter this dialogue with me as our opportunity to transform not only ourselves, but those around us. it is only in this way that we can achieve the salvation promised not just for those who leave this world in hopes of heaven, but for this world as well.

 

Mark

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