Were humans created by "God" as Slaves? Was Abraham the first human
Spy? Was Jesus an accidental Messiah? The author takes readers on a
remarkable odyssey of the true origins of humankind in which he:
draws clear and startling analogies between new discoveries in
genetic engineering and ancient archaeological finds...; highlights
emerging scientific information overlooked in the past... ;
unravels the Bible's often obscure stories by linking these to
their original forms in Sumerian clay tablets and other
pre-historic writings..; provides explicit answers to why our
modern world has become so senseless and chaotic by revealing the
very secrets of our prehistory... While shattering myths about
evolution and God, Michael Tellinger's "Slave Species of God"
enables evolutionists and creationists to finally co-exist in one
pond. The arguments are compelling, simple and refreshing,
retracing the path of human evolution from the murky distant past
to the religious dogma that haunts humankind today.;The question of
who we are and where we come from takes on a new meaning as we
discover that our DNA may have been manipulated by our Creator some
200,000 years ago to produce a less intelligent 'primitive
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Thu, 21 Oct 2010 | Review by: Jan B
This is exactly the type of drivel we don't need in an age where people are clinging to out-dated theological ideas in the face of mounting scientific evidence that God and religion is based on myth.
This book will just further confuse the already confused.
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Mon, 19 Oct 2009 | Review by: Natasja A
This is a book we need ... this is a eyeclap remover for those who really want to see.
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Thu, 21 Oct 2010 | Review by: Danie L
Not a book for the narrow minded or faint hearted. If you are feeling content in your little world, where everything has some generally accepted explanation that gives you a sense of security, don't read this book. For the rest of you who are tired of swallowing the rubbish we are being fed every day and preffer to use the grey matter between your ears, this will be an exceptionally interesting read.
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Wed, 18 Jun 2008 | Review by: NIcola K
This book was brilliant; really an eye opener. As a christian and a scientist this really appealed to me.
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Thu, 8 Jul 2010 | Review by: Fritz
Thanks Michael, we need more of this, the biggest sin is to keep information away from people.
Open up minds to a greater awareness, away from the perception that we are the superhuman race of the universe, and we are able to become the God consciousness that we are...
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