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Voices from the Void

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150 pages50 minutes

Summary

The twentieth century readers look out at their world from quite another window and get another world view that is largely shaped by the advances in science and wherever it has touched our lives.One reason why people are questioning religious beliefs is that the reasons to believe in old world views have changed and are regarded today as largely superstitions and unreasonable but upheld by conservative authorities who do so for the sake of preserving their power over people. Authority is being challenged by the rihts of people to make their own meaning and think for themselves. "Voices From The Void" seeks to communicate not through the formal and magisteral voice of dry and demanding authority but in the celebration of oetry that resonates in the way people want to listen to.

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