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Jesus & the Unabomber: the haunting of the heart Paperback – June 17, 2017
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In the frame of mind did I find Eric Anderson’s ‘Jesus and the Unabomber’. This book is deeply arousing and intriguing, because never before have I read something that so painstakingly fleshes out the parallels between the psychology and philosophy of Jesus and Kaczynski. At turns poignant, enlightening, and face-palm-inducing, what Anderson discusses here may also be considered “explosive”—but in an intellectual sense. But most importantly, author Eric Anderson manages to drive home the whole point of juxtaposing Jesus and the Unabomber: what is it all about, what can we learn, and what can we do from here?
The bottom line: ‘Jesus and the Unabomber’ is an important read—it is something you must see for yourself. Get a copy—read it while scouring other information about Ted Kaczinski, and the truth will hit you in the head—or better, send this as a gift to friends who may be intrigued about the Unabomber as well.
So, if you like to read some interesting and perhaps controversial theories – you will enjoy this book. I recommend it!