The Truth of Immanuel: The Second Attempt to Kill Christ
by Joel D. Harris
The Truth of Immanuel: The Second Attempt to Kill Christ questions some deeply entrenched ideas and beliefs thought to be axiomatically true. Such questioning has often led to imprisonment, torture and execution at certain points throughout history. These terror-induced belief systems echo at this very moment in the mind of modern man perpetuating a culture of fear and violence. This book offers a practical mental discipline leading to the key of freedom from the psychic prison to all who seek It.
This book is based upon the thesis that all humans (with extremely rare exceptions) suffer from the psychic virus of imposter identity. It makes the bold claim to not only discover the cause of all human suffering, but the means of self-curing. This is no new gimmick or mental strategy designed to trick one into feeling like he or she is happy.
For those who will venture across the threshold The Truth of Immanuel is the door to abiding peace and profound unshakable joy.
About the Author:
Before embarking on his literary career Joel D. Harris has worked as a gas station attendant, supervisor at a Fortune 500 company, construction equipment company service manager, and as a welder fabricator while traveling the United States in a motor home with his family.
While raising six children with his wife of more than three decades, Joel studied people and their inner workings, especially himself. These studies and his extensive reading helped him develop the tenets in The Truth of Immanuel, his first book.
Joel currently lives in rural Minnesota on a small horse ranch. He divides his attention between writing, gardening, horse training and the endless study of the inner workings of man and mind.
(2016, Paperback, 72 pages)