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Symbols of Power

Symbols of PowerSymbols of Power
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The Seven Possible Types of Power
Seeds of Life, Sacred Life
The Sun Is New Each Day
Religion's Worst Enemy is Religion
The Infallible Book/Person Is Unholy
Is There Anything More Absurd Than Expecting To Go To Heaven When You Die?
God Is Creative Power Eternally Evolving
God Is Beginningless and Endless Power
Fire-Water-Earth-Air
Being-in-Becoming Is Reliable Power
Where Is God?
God Is a Union of Opposites
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Frederick Goddard Tuckerman

Tuckerman, Frederick Goddard (1821-1873)

Biographical Introduction The poet who has been described as a Brahmin, a Transcendentalist, and a Romantic ... Read More
Nathaniel Bowditch

Bowditch, Nathaniel (1773-1838)

When his father—a shipmaster in Salem, Massashusetts—faced financial troubles, Nathaniel’s formal education ended. Self-education continued on ... Read More
Ephraim Peabody

Peabody, Ephraim (1807-1856)

Ephraim Peabody was born in Wilton, New Hampshire, March 22, 1807. His father, Ephraim Peabody, was ... Read More

Clark, Grenville (1882-1967)

He was a tall, strong-framed man, with a rugged face, jutting eyebrows, and a great square ... Read More