When a person is elected to political office and wants more than what he or she currently has, the individual will probably say something like, aFor too long human beings have been shut out from the riches hoarded by selfish people who worship no god/government, and it is time to get them to convert, make amends, or perish.a When a human asks god/government a question, the human is told by a representative of the god/government that there is a plan, but it is too complicated for a mere human to understand. There is no reason for the humans to worry, because god/government knows what is best for them. In The Guy that Does the ThingaObservations, Deliberations, and Confessions, Volume 11: Divine Creases, author W. C. Andrew Groome takes readers on a journey to discover the crease in the human brain that allows us to hold information necessary to put our complete trust in Godawith a capital G. Through characters such as TGTDTT, OBandSD, FicCha Zero, FicCha Thirty, as well as the lectures of Dr. Charles, Groome shows the transition from election day to elected officials wanting more, to the time when humans fight back. You will see how an overconfident god/government can cause its own demise. Told with humor and foresight, The Guy that Does the ThingaObservations, Deliberations, and Confessions, Volume 11: Divine Creases is enlightening and entertaining. And it might just make you think.Getting something new, or at least newer than the car he was driving, made sense because the defroster in the new car would probably work. Bailey Charles hand wiped the inside of the windshield using a couple of paper napkins from the anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Guy that Does the Thing—Observations, Deliberations, and Confessions|
|Author||:||W. C. Andrew Groome|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 2015-02-25|