Facets of the Kingdom draws attention to the major monotheistic world religions—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Variations between them are known to have disrupted generations and populations. Loris Gillin holds up three working experiences to compare and contrast individual spirituality by holding a fine gemstone in the gemstone in the gemstone of pragmatism.
An adult voice is needed for a life of faith. Otherwise, antagonism keeps people apart. Furthermore, Loris discusses the behavior from the collective memory of emotion seen in the BLM (Black Lives Matter) protest during the pandemic year of 2020.
|Publication date||January 31,2023|
|Genre||Nonfiction, Religion/Spirituality/New Age|
|Interior Color||Black and White|
|Book Size||8.000" x 10.000" (254mm x 203mm)|
Dr. Loris O. Gillin now lives at home in Australia, having lived abroad during her husband's career. Educated in both the United States and Australia, she also enjoys gardening, music, and people watching. Loris has a son and a daughter, both of whom are now adults.
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