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Book details
  • SubGenre:Sociology of Religion
  • Language:English
  • Pages:268
  • eBook ISBN:9781543957044
  • Paperback ISBN:9780692999042

The Book of Meme Law

Religious Studies Edition

by Britt Minshall

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The Book uncovers Human Social Organisms (MEMES) and how they are structured. It explains every social grouping is a Meme: families, Religions, Corporations, Clubs, gangs and Nations. It further has made a new discovery, that "there are 55 default settings applicable to EVERY Meme
The Religious Studies edition Contains the same Social Science as the Secular edition, but additionally, it associates all 55 Meme Laws with either Historical or Teaching Scriptures from as distant as 1500 B.C.. Taken from Christian and Jewish scripture; we also tap Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism. Also throughout the book highlights many ways that Meme Law affects local congregations and denominational ministries and creates clericalism and child abuse..
About the author
Having worked with people and groups of people Britt has become an expert on human Psychology and Sociology. he served as a law enforcement officer for 15 years, as a Chaplin for another 12 and a parish minister for 28 years. He has attained a doctorate in Social Psychology and Group Dynamics from Boston University and a Masters in Counseling from Emory University. Along the way he was an avid Civil Rights Worker including a Freedom Ride in 1963. He has done missions in Haiti and volunteered as a UN Chaplin in Port au Prince. He has two adult children, three grande children and two great grand children. He has authored three books.