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Dinty W. Moore: Poking Fun at Hell and Dante's Inferno - Writer's Digest
Dinty W. Name : Dinty W. To Hell with It pokes fun at Dante's ambitious and somewhat bizarre poem, Divine Comedy , and explores the ways in which the poet's gruesome imagination, helped along by shady theologians, shaped western culture and made us all a little more miserable than we need to be. IndieBound Amazon. I was raised Roman Catholic, spent 12 years in Catholic school, and never could stomach some of the truths I was instructed to believe, such as the entirely farfetched idea that a "loving God" would create human beings and then sentence them to burn in hell for eternity, often because of simple human weakness. The more I read about early religion, the more I came to understand how much of Catholic and Christian theology was clearly man-made, and designed to manipulate rather than to inspire spiritual awakening.
He is helping people find delight in win-win games. For years we have been having dialogue about how to let Silly out of the cage. Both "Serious" and "Silly" coexist within us. These two forces operate in our consciousness.
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