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Adults Only: Trendsetting Spirituality for the 21st Century

by I.C. Fingerer

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976809400, Hardcover)

Fusing ancient knowledge with the hottest scientific research, this book might just take you places that you hesitated to explore. A book on life's most profound moral and spiritual issues, exceedingly creative and provocatice, Adults Only will get your blood pumping with renewed excitement and vigor. Does infatuation and desire make for better love? Do genes dicatate your moral choices? Irrefutable scientific proof of God. Is science infallible? Is there something wrong with "behind closed doors" pornography? Unraveling your past incarnation to answer your personal suffering and challenges Can the existence of a soul be scientifcally proven? Chimpanzees share a 99.4% genetic similarity to humans. Why? Sweden, a wealthy country with virtually no poverty, full employment, and unrestricted sexual freedom, is the country with the highest suicide rate in the world. Why? How do you make a human being happy? What would the world be like if humans couldn’t choose to be evil? Did you know that the greatest secret of Evolution was hidden in the Smithsonian until 1985? What did one great Nobel Prize winning scientist, discoverer of the structure of DNA, mean when he said, “we cannot continue to regard all human life as sacred”? What does sex have to do with knowledge? Find out the answer to these topics and so much more by reading Adults Only.

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