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The New Millennium: 10 Trends That Will Impact You and Your Family by the Year 2000 by Pat Robertson
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Studio: Thomas Nelson Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.02" Width: 5.98" Height: 0.85" Weight: 0.91 lbs.
Release Date Dec 10, 2000
Publisher Thomas Nelson Publishers
ISBN 0849990335 ISBN13 9780849990335
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More About Pat Robertson
PAT ROBERTSON is the founder and chairman of the Christian Broadcasting Network, Inc., founder of Regent University, The Center for Law and Justice, and International Family Entertainment, Inc. Robertson is the author of ten books including "The Turning Tide, The New Millennium", and" The End of the Age. "His New York Times bestseller, "The New World Order", was the number one religious book in America in the year of its publication, as were "The Secret Kingdom" and" Answers to 100 of Life's Most Probing Questions. "Robertson was named among America's 100 Cultural Elite by "Time" magazine. He and wife, Dede, have four children and thirteen grandchildren. They reside in Virginia Beach, Virginia.
Pat Robertson currently resides in Virginia Beach, in the state of Virginia.
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Pat Really Helped my Family!! Mar 31, 2001
The entropic crusade presented here is to provide the shock of life and the fear of death and to present as artistic experience the obsession with the morbid in a simply prurient but scientific way. The gut vomited gutteral trolling echo of the sin-lovers only reinforces the sagging antiprogress of the the government, and the droning of the dialogue shifts the book toward hopelessness at every juncture.
Master aestheticist Robertson entrances with nihilistic pummeling words drawn together in an expertly-constructed synthesis of several styles, ranging from the primary construction of Shakespeare with an attention to the rhythmic shifts and cadences of Wordsworth, insightful lines linking the author to ancients such as Sophocles and Jesus Himself. So well fitting into known styles is this work that sometimes it suffers for familiarity and knowledge of derivation, but independently executed this is a well-written, studious representation of these genres with reasonable advancements in thought.
The metaphor, the topic eclipses karmic interaction for broader statements of being. As an epic, emptiness engulfs humanity the ideals and raw will to commit such unbalanced and direct material to digits as expressed sensations. Pat exhibits the heroic ideals of prevalence of ideal against obstacles including the tedium of scientific knowledge and refinement, forming something as vital as the ignorance of evolution once was through generation of logic in the unthinkable and vitally alienated religion that this is.
While some chapters wander into Wagnerian juxtaposition collage of emotional symbols, the strength of this book is in the heartpump of throbbing dissonance in framework boundaries within sentence structure through tone-centric progression establishment via relevance in rhythm, a knighthood of subconscious descent beneath the conscious and its discursive storm of dead static chaos flooding us with guilt, doubt, self-reflective ego paranoia and other traits of the Judeo-Christian thought empire.