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by Jerry C. Kays

eBook SPIRIT CALLS...a voice from the wilderness: Transcending Religion via the Essence of Metaphor download ISBN: 1419612581
Author: Jerry C. Kays
Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (November 1, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 182
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Jerry Kays' Spirit Calls takes us on his lifelong journey to find spirituality and God. This highly personal journey . Jerry Kays was born in southwest Washington State in 1940.

Jerry Kays' Spirit Calls takes us on his lifelong journey to find spirituality and God. This highly personal journey examines the traditional religions of the world. With enlistment in the US Navy’s nuclear submarine program, followed by private travel, he has seen much of the world. Considering himself a jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none, he has been a bartender, tugboat engineer and Generation Power Dispatcher on the federal high-voltage electrical power grid of the Pacific Northwest. This highly personal journey examines the . This highly personal journey examines the traditional religions of the world, including New Age philosophy, along with his enlightening observations of the role of politics in spirituality throughout history . A Voice From The Wilderness. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

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Jerry Kays' Spirit Calls takes us on his lifelong journey to find spirituality and God. This highly personal journey examines the traditional religions of the world, including New Age philosophy, along with his enlightening observations of the role of politics in spirituality throughout history. This modern day journey of man's age old quest to find God is highly relevant as Kays uses current events to help describe his personal conclusions on discovering God and spirituality. Kays brilliantly uses a few simple formulae to illustrate highly complicated concepts, making Spirit Calls a challenging and rewarding journey.
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Ynye
In an epoch of brutality termed "compassionate conservativism" and warfare wherein solitary martyrs lose their lives fighting the most advanced military in the world, unorthodox author Jerry Kays has emerged as a new and powerful voice for universality, sanity, and a potent spirituality unmarred by predication.

With an almost Hegelian conviction in what Kays terms the "trinity" (thesis, antithesis, and synthesis, or, alternately, positive, negative, and neutral), the senseless polarity of contemporary thought patterns is revealed with a deft and journalistic touch that is both highly personal and intrinsically universal. Kays appears unafraid to broach any topic, historical or current, and his thought-provoking editorial covers topics ranging from Constantine to black holes.

Though Kays identifies himself as a liberal, his arguments against the rule-by-fear Right are vigorously well-wrought. His remorseless attacks are aimed at a world "based solely upon lies and false promises," and yet his accusations and analyses are tempered by an obvious abiding love for the world and its inhabitants. With a deliberate, holistic approach, Kays loops from Genesis and the Fall to a compellingly precognizant notion of our own imminent decline, a renewal of the Fall via a thoughtless immersion in dualistic thinking and egos run amuck.

Teaching without dogma and ruminating on the hues and essence of existence, Kays reaches a profound point of understanding that is not that of a man sitting underneath the Bodhi tree but rather more akin to the entirety of humanity sitting joyously beneath the vast and welcoming dome of the universe.

--Ellen Tanner Marsh, NYT best selling author
Saberblade
Jerry describes his depressive state of mind in very convincing way. After years of depression and personal problems, Jerry C. Kay came to the conclusion to overcome it with new ideal religion, which can be taken from all other religions, like Christianity, Judaism, New Age etc,. He claims there is good in every religion, but every and each of them have faults. Christianity has Trinity, Judaism is too monotheistic and Islam has a person as a profit. This new religion can help a person with depressive state of mind to be successful in life. This is pretty interesting idea, but the problem, per my opinion is, that it is still man made religion, therefore worthless. This is good book for somebody who lost a son or family member to deep depression and wonts to help himself by inventing a self- help therapy. The beauty is you invent YOUR OWN religion, as compared to conventional one. Interesting idea, but I don't find it a practical one, since people prefer a religion that in existence already. How many people will start their own religion, when you are already depressed? Overall it is interesting book about his journey through depression