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Joshua Brent

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Lucid and thoroughly well explained work

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Reviewed: 2020-01-12

Hart here provides us with thoroughly well clarified definitions of terms, pointed rebuttals of materialists, and very well explained origin, ontology and conceptions of the divine and metaphysical that is explained so well it is easy to conceive of the divine as present in everyday human experience, highly recommended!

Comprehensive and insightful

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Reviewed: 2019-12-04

This unique and comprehensive work offers a very well researched proposal in support both ethically, behaviourally and historically for an actual exodus and the resulting benefits to civilization. Realistend several times to chapter 25-30 which if I recall focuses on the Levite hypothesis, intriguing work will purchase more of this author

brilliant!

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Reviewed: 2019-10-28

absolutely loved this book have already listened to it twice, taking john wheeler and another physicists' conception of reality to it's logical conclusion, biocentrism provides a theoretical framework that serves as a possible explanation of so many phenomena that is entirely subjective such as space/time and other limited observer perception, it is specifically as a result of our consciousness that we perceive limitations as such. Also provides a much more intuitive explanation IMO than the multiverse to explain quantum phenomena.

Creative but presumptuous

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Reviewed: 2019-10-27

Very entertaining audiobook. However, Consciousness is categorically different than AI and that is a continuing false premise and neglected fact in this book although it is a very creative and stimulating peice