Arthur B. Hancock is a singer/songwriter, philosopher, writer, and cartoonist. Born in North Florida in 1945, Arthur briefly attended Florida Memorial College in St. Augustine, 1964-65, as its first white student. In the 60s and 70s, as a singer/guitarist, he played folk music in clubs and coffee houses in Florida, California, and Nepal. Arthur contracted Guillain-Barre Syndrome in Kathmandu and wrote his first song while paralyzed. John Denver recorded one of his songs, “Relatively Speaking.” You can hear 74 songs on Arthur’s YouTube channel, Songs in the Key of Consciousness.
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The Game of God: Recovering Your True Identity
by Arthur Hancock & Kathleen Brugger
A 21st century theology. The universe is a game that God is playing—a universe-class roller coaster that provides God every shade of experience possible from a quark to a creature capable of interstellar travel—for the inexpressible joy of being alive. In order to have those experiences, God must forget that It is God. In the beginning, the One became the Many: let the fun begin. 143 cartoons.
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