Dayton, OH, April 27, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Merging science and spirituality, Horner's work asks the reader to let go of all culture and conditioning and to go within for a new and deeper understanding of what God is, who we are, and why we are here. Much long-standing and unquestioned religious ideology is explored as well as science's Unifying Theory of Everything.
“All of humanity’s social constructs are predicated on what we believe about God, both consciously and subconsciously,” explains author Christine Horner. “With very little progress in resolving ongoing man-made conditions such as poverty, the human destruction of our planet, and war, perhaps it’s time to acknowledge that our understanding of what God is needs to be revised. Presently, our beliefs are rooted in an outside, judgmental God. What if God is not separate from us and we are part of God’s expression of Creation in a relative Universe? That would mean taking a level of responsibility for our actions most humans can’t fathom.”
The Dayton Literary Peace Prize, in international award, was established to advance peace through literature, supporting those who write, publish, read and share works of fiction and nonfiction that promote peace and understanding.
Dedicated to the advancement of human consciousness, Christine Horner is the founder of What Would Love Do Int’l, media arm In the Garden Publishing, educational arm Bodhi UniversiTree and the author of several books.