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The Anti-Christ Psychosis
     

The Anti-Christ Psychosis

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by Joe Blow
 

In this short essay, Joe Blow, the author of How to Be Free, examines one of the most controversial aspects of the Christian religion.

The author is neither a Christian nor a believer in the supernatural. He is a pantheist with an admiration for the philosophy of Jesus.

Warning : This essay contains language which may be offensive to some people.

Overview

In this short essay, Joe Blow, the author of How to Be Free, examines one of the most controversial aspects of the Christian religion.

The author is neither a Christian nor a believer in the supernatural. He is a pantheist with an admiration for the philosophy of Jesus.

Warning : This essay contains language which may be offensive to some people.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044520097
Publisher:
Aussiescribbler
Publication date:
05/07/2013
Series:
How to Be Free , #3
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
375,789
File size:
51 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

Meet the Author

Joe Blow is the pseudonym for a man who, though currently happy and high functioning, has had a long history of mental illness, including endogenous depression, bipolar disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder. His writing is the product of a lifelong struggle to integrate flashes of insight and powerful symbols which appeared to him, often during what we might define as psychotic episodes, with observable reality and a rudimentary knowledge of science by appropriating useful concepts from the work of such iconoclastic thinkers as Wilhelm Reich, R. D. Laing, Keith Johnstone, William Blake and Oscar Wilde.If asked whether this approach and this conceptual framework have provided him with a secure foundation for emotional stability, happiness and flowering creativity, Blow would reply, “Well, so far so good.”He also writes humorous erotica under the pseudonym Aussiescribbler.

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The Anti-Christ Psychosis 2.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The antichrist is commonly misunderstood as an evil lord of chaos. In truth, i believe that anyone who can unite the world under one powerful leader is truly the most powerful and respected blessing. See, this wirld is already evil. It needs guidence and direction. Enough with petty sqabbles over land, money and power. We could all live in peace if we had one mart and loyal leader. Reply to: •WS•
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book gives some insight into the phenomenon of mass psychosis. The author also submits his own common-sense interpretation of some of Jesus's teachings. If you believe in the Antichrist, or if you find yourself making 'Antichrist accusations' toward others, read this book to learn why you must find the Antichrist who lives within your own heart. This book is short, but a good read. There is another book by Joe Blow called "How to Be Free", which I highly recommend to everyone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoy a well-reasoned religion critique. This is not one.