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Timely and provocative, the book focuses on dark faces of religion such as hypocrisy, intolerance, prejudice, and hatred, all of which are explored by a blend of fiction and nonfiction. Factual sections are well-researched, and fictional parts are ingenious and gripping. The author takes the reader on a journey of past, present, and future happenings that exemplify religion's dark faces and that are set in different parts of the world. He transitions effortlessly from fact to fiction, thereby creating a unique literary combination that makes for great impact. ROT ON THE VINE is a powerful and thought-provoking statement of universal significance and relevance in view of the current world-wide proliferation of religious extremism and the terrorism spawned by it.
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J. Stenesh holds a Ph.D. degree in biochemistry from the University of California at Berkeley. Professor Stenesh has had a distinguished career of teaching, research and publishing of scientific papers and books. In ROT ON THE VINE, he turns his attention to a subject that transcends the world of science.Review:
"Honest...bold...daring...should be required reading for anyone who claims to be ‘religious‘." -- Curled Up With A Good Book
"...Rot On The Vine is disturbing, compelling, and highly recommended for religious studies shelves." -- The Midwest Book Review
...In flowing prose and dramatic presentation, these pages identify the negative portrait of religion with extreme clarity... -- Paul L. Maier
...religion could be the death of us all... a must-read for those who care about human survival. -- Rev. Harry T. Cook
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Book Description Cogno Pr, 2004. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0963355228
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # STRM-0963355228