The story and Cain's ability to ride his donkey into Biblical tipping points and provide a possible
Lillith as I've always wondered about the original liberated woman as well as the stuff of nightmare legends.
His range and ability to assume varies roles with a change in pitch or tone that made for easy listening.
Yes however on the second night I stayed up late to catch the ending.
Not for everyone and not overly deep but worth the price.
The book explains and entertains how God evolved from the first shaman to Moses and beyond and how God and religion continue to change.
The emphasis on the Bible, Koran and Christianity with insight as to how the various religions changed with the times in quest of converts. The role of Salvation throughout all aspects of life.
Great performance, easy to follow and again one of my best to sleep to, should you fall asleep. I listen on my Ipad without headphones.
Yes but you will want to savor. The material is vast but not so deep as to bog you down.
I have various books from Karen Armstong, Jack Miles but for me this book tops them all if you want a fresh perspective on humans and God.
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