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Hope Raymond’s “Where in the World Is God?” Intrigues People About Humanity

Author Hope Raymond’s nonfiction book sheds attention on the development of humanity.

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This book about modern ideas, actions, and processes shows that humanity and the universe are connected as parts of a single organism and that humanity’s role seems to give the organism consciousness.

ReadersMagnet publishes Hope Raymond’s enlightening nonfiction book “Where in the World Is God?: Humanity as Mirror,” a book that follows the evolution of humankind’s spiritual and psychological understanding over time. The world and all its inhabitants, including humans, are like actors performing their parts in a play that unfolds through time and space. While all historical periods provide insights into the collective psyche, this book gives additional attention to modern times.

“Where in the World Is God?” explains that in order to determine how much of human choice results from free will, it is useful to do a cursory examination of the thoughts, acts, and processes of the human race as a whole.

Brilliant author Hope Raymond contends that humans and the universe are inseparable because humans’ decisions have far-reaching consequences for the universe. The long-term requirements of the universe are affected by human decisions, and the strong energies of the cosmos can overwhelm even the best-laid plans.

In addition, she looks at how religion’s opposite, science, rose to prominence and how the ensuing conflict ultimately found a meeting place in psychology, where the three fields converge at the threshold of awareness.

Interested? Order a copy of Hope Raymond’s “Where in the World Is God?: Humanity as Mirror” on the ReadersMagnet Bookstore. It is also available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

“Where in the World Is God?: Humanity as Mirror”
Author | Hope Raymond
Genre | Nonfiction
Publisher | ReadersMagnet LLC
Published Date | September 30, 2022

Hope Raymond’s life has centered around her love of the world and her interests in psychology, religion, philosophy, education, and writing. She has traveled extensively and written a book, “Four Moons,” about her experiences on a three-month trip through nine countries around the world by herself at age seventy. She earned degrees in English (B.A.), elementary education (M.A.T.), and theology (M.Div.) and has taught in all age groups.

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