If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget how to function!
Let my tongue cleave to the roof of my mouth if I fail to make Jerusalem my chief source of joy!
"Victor Shane's Book of Life offers intriguing prescriptions for society's problems. In an audacious feat of virtuosity he blends the physical and the spiritual into a seamless solution that is persuasive and compelling."
-Rabbi Daniel Lapin, Toward Tradition
"An immense and worthy Biblical-philosophical work; soundly based in the timeless truth, yet relevantly addressing the contemporary confusion - the 'strife of tongues' that stand against ultimate realities."
-Pastor Jack Hayford, The King's Seminary
CLASSICAL BOUNDARY CONDITIONS:
“You can’t fix a broken world on the basis of the same set of assumptions that caused it to be broken in the first place -- you will just keep bouncing off the same walls and end up right back where you started.”
What are the boundary conditions that have been productive of human failure since time immemorial? Are they religious? Are they political? Are they economic? Or do they have something to do with the nature, property, and orientation of the cosmos itself? What fundamental set of assumptions needs to be changed before the human race can break free of the boundary conditions of failure and soar among the stars on eagle’s wings?
BOOK OF LIFE by Victor Shane answers the question.
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