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Book details
  • Genre:SCIENCE
  • SubGenre:History
  • Language:English
  • Pages:29
  • eBook ISBN:9781098342531

My Friend, Zeus

by Philip Ramsey

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Overview
"My Friend, Zeus" is a science fiction novelette about a man encountering an extraterrestrial scientist who is studying Earth cultures. This new perspective, from light years away, is used to investigate the religious practices of our human cultures. With an emphasis on empirical foundations, this book illuminates practices that we have become familiar with in a revolutionary way.
Description
"My Friend, Zeus" is a science fiction novelette about a man encountering an extraterrestrial scientist who is studying Earth cultures. This new perspective, from light years away, is used to investigate the religious practices of our human cultures. With an emphasis on empirical foundations, this book illuminates practices that we have become familiar with in a revolutionary way. This detailed examination of religious beliefs and their foundations in psychology is captured in an alluring dialog between a human and an extraterrestrial.
About the author
Philip Ramsey is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a BS in Math and BS in Psychology. He served as a high school math teacher in the Peace Corps in Nigeria for 2 years. He has a Phd in Psychology from Hofstra University. He was a tenured professor of psychology at Queens College of CUNY, grew up in Dothan, AL. He now lives in New York.
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