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Women’s Power Book
Women’s Power Book
Women’s Power Book
Women’s Power Book
Women’s Power Book
‘Knowledge is power’
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B. PAST CIVILIZATION OF MANKIND: Well, if women have power, as our first chapter portrays, then what happened to that power in the past? Why were women oppressed almost in every culture in the world, in the last 2000 years? What we do know is that major religions did have important influences over how societies were run. Did religions have a role to play? But before that, since all faiths talk about the origin of the universe, and science tell us that human mind evolved because of the need of ‘Man the hunter’, this book starts with the said origin of our existence. It gives importance to both the mundane and the religious views. ORIGIN OF OUR UNIVERSE: We are here. How did we come about? This book chance to both mundane and spiritual thoughts present amongst us. The author lets the readers decide the one that makes sense. A. Scientific view: Evolution and pre history B. Religious view Semitic Hindu All about major religions: Commonality between religions. Everything one needs to know about the four major religions Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism. Summary of the past: Seeing society and later religions influencing women, while it explores evolution of human mind and society and the four major religions, with religion s confidently asserting ‘In the beginning’, as a balance, it gives a matching Big Bang and its sequel - celestial and mundane evolution. Grabbing justice, it highlights the ignored contribution of women in the development of prehistoric human mind in the mundane arena. In its aim for justice, while it inserts ‘secular view’ in religion, unlike secularist’s ‘what believers believe’ or even ‘man made God’ it does justice to religions by going to the holy books to assert, what believers should be believing irrespective of their culture influenced practices. Elaborating God, philosophies, duty, women and after life, it makes Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Hinduism, stand on their own, in a logical and competitive world. Helping comparative religion and peace, it discusses commonality between religions.