UK Author Andrew Hutchinson
From the ''Gay Plague' and 'God's Punishment' headlines of the eighties, to the modern day messages of hell and damnation.
Was there ever a time when we were not led by fear? A time when the words that were passed down from those with influence could be trusted and depended upon?
We never know when it will begin. When will that first piece of information arrive that tells us that maybe this world is not as it seems.
Some of us prefer not to look, not to question, hesitant at scratching away at the surface for fear of what we might find. But I was never like that.
Sometimes to seek forgiveness we must open up our wounds and display them to the world and question who did the damage? Only then can we truly be freed from the grip of fear that holds us all back.
Killing God is that story.
‘Nine Ways to Touch the Soul’ is a self-awareness journal designed to help people uncover their own destructive patterns enabling them to move forward with greater insight and understand why they make the choices they do and why some of them are flawed and cause harm.
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The paranoia and mistrust of human nature which runs through our every vein must be flying around in your head at this very moment. I understand your doubt and I can explain where it comes from.
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