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Modern Codex of the MeetingHouse for…

Modern Codex of the MeetingHouse for Aspiring Spirits

by Dr. Rev. James Cooper

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God s 21st-century message is to coexist. To the universal God, it is ultra-blasphemous for humans to fail to tolerate and respect the loving, compassionate religions of others and to condone violence done in the name of any religion. This edition represents Spiritual Humans seeking tolerance, a virtue not found in most world religions. To be tolerant is to be fair and open-minded about the religious and political beliefs of others, and to disagree without attempting to suppress those not in agreement. We are trying to provide Spiritual Humans and Others with a way to promote respect and tolerance so all can help God to bring more peace to our planet Earth, now troubled by religious strife. Thirty-one million or more North Americans are spiritual but not religious. The MeetingHouse feels that those in faiths with more traditional religions will see a common meeting ground for our mutual beliefs about God.

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