The Goddess Sophia and Her Soul-Mates

The author’s attempt in this book is to review the various factors that can be said to have given mankind down through the ages of history, their rationales – or, their EXCUSES, for waging wars with competing tribes, with competing nations . . . with their “fellow man” of a different culture, of a different religion. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9780983301028
About Paul E. Dinnis

Paul E. Dinnis is an octogenarian native of Nebraska and a graduate of the University of Nebraska.

In War II he was an officer in the U. S. Marine Corps, serving in Hawaii, Guam and Japan (no combat).

After marriage in New York in 1951, he and his wife moved to Florida (in 1954) where he pursued a career in journalism. Editor and co-founder of a weekly newspaper, Chamber of Commerce president, Public Information Officer of one of nation's largest public school systems during the school desegregation era.

He is a decades-long member of the United Methodist Church and served many years as a Sunday School teacher. He was a member and officer for several "meaningful years" somewhat recently in a local interfaith coalition.

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Sophia and her fellow Deities had especially arranged this “conclave,” in the manner that they periodically had met down through the ages of history. Their goal: to seek ways to influence Modern Mankind to take appropriate action world-wide, in order to avoid annihilation by nuclear warfare.

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