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Nature Song Tableware - Bird Salt and Pepper Shakers (cream) [Paperback]

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This is for the cream color, salt shaker is 1.5 inch tall, pepper shaker is 1 inch tall. Nature Song Tableware Image is shown with both cream and blue shakers, this is ONLY for the cream.

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Pages   308
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 2" Width: 1" Height: 1.5"
Weight:   0.25 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Publisher   Jeremy for DeeperLiving Home & Garden

Sales Rank:  #22 in Home Decor  

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Why do we have the internet, hip-hop, and cell phones? What might have been?  Mar 2, 2009
One atheist sticks up for Columbus and Cortez at the website rationalargumentator, Gennedy Stolyarov.

I'm sure that many Aztecs were glad to be rid of a system of human sacrifice. Who wants to live in a country where people have to surrender the lives of family members to a piece of stone?

I really have no sympathy for the 'evil white devil' theory of history. I think this book to be at least a good start at refuting it.

However, I don't think conquest to be a good and a service.
I think it to be downright criminal. It doesn't matter if it's Christians or any one else who does it. Wrong for one, wrong for the other.

I do not however think that Columbus 'discovered' America. He did not go to the mainland that I know of.

A book titled 1421 relates that the Chinese reached the west coast before Columbus.
One report says that the Greek geographer Strabo knew the Americas existed.

Any one who accomplishes any thing huge is going to have enemies, be they religious or non-religious. Mind, non-religious people have fought for freedom ALONG WITH religious people, not instead of them.
I do think it possible that Columbus and Cortes have been slandered.

I think the Aztecs and Tainos might have gotten conquered any way by some other nation, or a nation living in other nearby areas. The original inhabitants of the Americas made war on each other, did use torture, did have slavery. So did every other nation in antiquity.

Any one who wishes to rail, yell and scream about the Aztecs might want to think: What would you have liked better?
They might want to ask what the origins of liberalism and humanism really are.
People who wish to rail on the Jews, Western Christians, Columbus, Cortes,the early 'settlers' and African Americans, might want to consider that people who went before us made it possible for us to have rock and rap music, DVDs, cell phones, video games, and the internet. Those things have their origins in ancient AND medieval ideas, beliefs, customs, and traditions.




 
Excellent History Book that reads like a Novel  Jan 10, 2009
As a senior highschooler I had to retake US History because my 8th grade public school course did not count for credit. This was a breath of fresh air! All that seemed strangely lacking in school was told here in remarkable clarity. The author (who has two doctorates) takes a realistic view at the motives of these two significant characters in history. He explains different viewpoints clearly, and gives ordered arguments for each. Most essential are the words given of the characters (or their contemporaries) themselves.

I love my Catholic/Christian faith and am proud of it, but realize that Christ's followers never have and never will be perfect. While Columbus and Cortez had blemishes their actions and lives were wholly interesting and certainly respectable.

Give this book a try for a unique perspective of our nation's history - you won't be disappointed!
 
Balance and truth demolishing diversity  Dec 8, 2006
It takes a lot of guts to go against the current prevailing Christian
bashing done by the pretenders to sophisticated intellect. Eidsmoe
does this and more as his pen makes a sweep through some of the
bloodiest carnage in tribal history. At the same time the author
reveals the blemishes in all, including Cortez or Columbus. The real
question one needs to ask is, Did the conquored people get a better
way of life? I think the Christian Haters ought to seek counciling
for their Christophobia. To bring history full circle, one should
contemplate the precolumbian "flowery war" with that of the Heglian
dialectic as applied to say the "cold war", fighting communism in one
part of the world while aiding it in others, WMD and Iraq, and ultimately
fighting a war on terror while simultaneously building a North American
Union while dropping any pretense at U.S. border security.
Professor you "done" good.
 
A Rebuttal to Those Who Bash Christopher Columbus  Jun 13, 2006
Eidsmoe gives a refreshing perspective on Columbus. He does NOT defend slavery, but points out that slavery had been virtually universal for thousands of years, yet it was the Christians who eventually put an end to the very institution of slavery. Eidsmoe rejects the common relativistic idea that all value systems are equally good. He argues, for instance, that the Caribs were better off even if Christianity had been imposed on them than they had been earlier (when they engaged in cannibalism). Eidsmoe also shows that Columbus and Cortez cannot be blamed for bringing smallpox to the Indians, because the spread of disease was not understood at the time. Finally, it is interesting to note that, contrary to the portrayal of the European explorers as incurable racists who could never imagine Native Americans their equals, some Aztecs eventually married into the Spanish royal family (p. 269).

 
Worse than I could have imagined  Dec 4, 2005
This book argues that just because the European conquerors did "bad" things, that doesn't mean they weren't good Christians. The author never gets specific about the atrocities committed by the conquering Christians (enslavement, rape, torture, murder); he only vaguely, infrequently, and euphemistically refers to them as "sins" and "errors," and he rationalizes that Columbus and other conquerors were simply normal for the time period in which they lived. Here is a short summary from the first section of the author's perspective on Columbus: 1) Columbus was not obsessed with gold; he just had a natural and healthy desire for wealth. Besides, Columbus needed capital to finance his voyages, so his need for gold can be compared to a modern academic needing a research grant. 2) Columbus didn't steal land from Native Americans because they didn't have any real (i.e. European) concept of ownership. 3) Columbus made slaves of free people, but that was okay because slavery was widespread in the world, and besides, Christians could enslave other people as long as they weren't Christians. 4) It is true that Columbus forced Christianity and western culture on Native Americans, but as a result, millions of people are in heaven. Need I say more?
 

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