Aggravating Knowledge: The Gift of Soul

Aggravating Knowledge: The Gift of Soul

by Henery L. Ruffin

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ISBN-13: 9780533142286
Publisher: Vantage Press, Inc.
Publication date: 10/01/2003
Product dimensions: 52.50(w) x 80.00(h) x 7.50(d)

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Guest More than 1 year ago
Aggravating Knowledge: The Gift of Soul is wonderful. Mr. Ruffin has given us insight to better understand an abusive controller. Because I was victim of abuse this book has truly touched me. I have read many books and I have seen many movies that show troubled characters turn their lives around for the better but the authors did not show how that change occurred. In this book Mr. Ruffin has given us the answer. I am encouraging everyone I know to read it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Nathan Emerson was a man in need of a miracle. He had been conditioned to believe that the women in his life were the cause of his problems. Over the course of time, through his relationships with these women, and through faith, he came to realize that the problem lay within him. In the novel Aggravating Knowledge: The Gift of Soul, Henery L. Ruffin, in poetry and prose, takes his readers on a journey to discover Nathan's role as an abusive controller of the women in his life, and the road of faith taken to understand the roots and means responsible for this behavior. With this knowledge, Nathan is able to eradicate the lifestyle he once lived. A Christian novel written to enlighten the abused, Aggravating Knowledge is a heartfelt and moving work of faith. HENERY L. RUFFIN has spent the last two decades in the United States Army working in communications operations. In between missions, Ruffin attended college at the University of Maryland, University College continuing his studies toward a degree in sociology. His hobbies include reading, writing, and playing tennis. Aggravating Knowledge: The Gift of Soul is his first published work.