Dismissed by many as a fairy tale or rubbish or junk history or mere grist for god-mongerers, The Bible, taken as a sociologist's resource in discovering the hearts and minds of an ancient culture, reveals historic political turmoil projected onto deific avatars.
Educator and short story writer David Giesen, student of the writings of sociologist Louis Wallis, presents a secularist's utility for reading the book assembled by scores of scribes over the course of centuries, depicting the universal quest for "a fighting chance at survival" by the poor.
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