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Marriage a Covenant Paperback – October 11, 2013
About the Author
Dr. CK Quarterman attended Cathedral Bible College and holds a Doctor of Divinity degree. He is also a guest professor at Cathedral Bible College. He founded "End Times Ministries" and is a frequent speaker on Christian and secular radio shows across America.
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It should be good -- Beth has a lot of practice at marriage, with 3 of them according to public records -- at last count. Beth Quarterman was in her first marriage Beth Atkinson, then in her second marriage Beth Rumer, and now....wah-lah ...she Beth Quarterman.....co-writing a 'book' ....about .....drum-roll ...MARRIAGE.
Now, let us discuss the title the author attaches to his name, "Dr." C K Quarterman.
Now, most people might think that C K has several earned academic college or university degrees, but no, "Dr" Quarterman doesn't even have ONE -- not even a 4-year bachelor's degree.....and, actually, not even a 2-year Associate's Degree.
None. Nothing. Nada....(beyond the mail order 'honorary title' of "Dr.)
His "title" has been given to him in an "honorary'" fashion...from an Institution that isn't exactly Harvard Divinity School......a "Cathedral Bible College" that advertises their mail order "degrees".
Here is how Wikipedia explains this bogus "degree" --Doctor of Divinity:
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"In the United States, Doctor of Divinity is traditionally an honorary degree granted by a church-related college, seminary, or university to recognize the recipient's ministry-orientated accomplishments.
" Most American universities award Doctor of Divinity only as honorary degrees....
Because there are no requirements, any organization may grant a Doctor of Divinity degree, and some will do so to anyone for a small fee." (WIKI)
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Now, if "Dr" Quarterman is honest, and I hope that he will be, he will tell you that he has ZERO e_a_r_n_e_d academic degrees.
I thought that this little tidbit might be helpful, before CK starts telling you things like "werewolves are real" and how you can get rid of the 'demons' that plague you.
If you want a better life, ignore CK's vacuous blathering about demons & werewolves, and instead cultivate a sense of gratitude.
Take the time to appreciate the good in Life, stop and smell the coffee, help someone in need, alleviate as much suffering as is in your power to do, spend a few hours of focused attention with a child -- that will teach you about Wonder and you'll learn a lot.
Take the time to recognize the incredible beauty surrounding you, in the night sky, in a thunderstorm, in a green valley, in a rushing river, in butterflies and bumble bees, in whales and starfish, in daisies and giant Sequoias, in a mockingbird's call and in the quiet silence of the night.
Be grateful for what is both Real & Beautiful.
In this 21st century in which we are all privileged to live, one doesn't need to cultivate a worldview filled with demons & witches & monsters & werewolves in order to appreciate this wondrous Universe and our place within it. That kind of thinking was erroneous in the Spanish Inquisition. It's pathological today.
Old CK doesn't mean any harm. But, since he was GIVEN that honorary, NON-academic title of "Dr." his opinion of himself has become a bit inflated. He writes books and gives interviews (they're on Youtube) where ha says angels moved his car about 100 feet to keep him from being in a car wreck (too bad those angels don't save the kids who get crushed everyday in auto accidents) AND CK will tell you about a tall "man" he saw, 10 or 12 feet -- with a dog's head. He says he saw this while taking his own dog out to use the bathroom at night. In other places he will tell you that Jesus Himself came into a room where he was lying prostrate on the floor -- Jesus Christ, appearing physically & talking directly to CK while he lay in the floor.
Ask yourself if these claims are credible.
Ask yourself if they come from a healthy mind.