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God s Forgotten Truth, Unravelling the World of Lies

by Diederik Howeler

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 981059125X, Perfect Paperback)

When Creation once again becomes our teaching, then our absolute is God. No one really knows how many copies of the Bible have been printed, sold, or distributed. The Bible Society s attempt to calculate the number printed between 1816 and 1975 produced the figure of 2,458,000,000. A more recent survey, for the years up to 1992, put it closer to 6,000,000,000 in more than 2,000 languages and dialects. Whatever the precise figure, the Bible is by far the bestselling book of all time. It is for all of us to read and understand, young and old and it offers a humanly approach to how we should live our lives and treat our neighbors , including those we hate. If ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) is the solution for our today s organisations, why can we not make the Bible once more the world standard as The foundation for life ?

Albert Einstein once said: "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, and I am not sure about the universe."

There is a long tradition of blunders that have existed since scientific investigation began. As any researcher will tell you, science progresses through trial and error, and mainly error. "One step forward, two steps back" might be the researcher's motto. They are, after all, much more human than we ever give them credit for.

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