Not content with this Amen takes on the great sweeps of Catholicism and Islam in a spare and direct way which allows readers to encompass the whole. Yes, it all pivots around the figure of Moses, as Freud's work did, but without disrespect to the master of psychoanalysis, Mr Ginex is simply so much deeper, broader, richer and better.
It is the last section of Amen which most moves me, particularly the Hymn of Jesus. The treatment of Jesus and St. John's revelations is profoundly insightful, it may well change your mind if not your life. It is the plea for oneness in the last paragraph of the text which I would most like to echo. There is hope, with Egyptologists like John Anthony West, scientists, researchers and teachers like Gregg Braden and Graham Hancock and far too many others to mention, we are at last breaking away from the small and the fearful. Now there is Nick Ginex, AMEN!
Review by Mike Voyce, 2/23/2013
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