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History of God

Yaiii! I've been tagged by two chicks

Ok here is the deal



  1. Grab the book closest to you.

  2. Open to page 123, scroll down to the 5th sentence

  3. Post the text of next 3 sentences on your blog

  4. Name of the book and the author

  5. Tag 3 People




Now, please allow me to do my home work ...

Book : History of God
Author : Karen Armstrong


History of God - The situation of the Jews in the Islamic empire, where there was no anti-Semitic persecution, was far happier and they had
no need of this Ashkenazi pietism. They were evolving a new type of Judaism, however, as a response to Muslim
developments. Just as the Jewish Faylasufs had attempted to explain the God of the Bible philosophically, other Jews tried
to give their God a mystical, symbolic interpretation. At first these mystics constituted only a tiny minority.



I know you want me to paste more don't you ?




Now I'm tagging Sandmonkey, Violent Acres, Dave, Yael, Iraq the model, Natalia, Firas, Iman, Grace, Samer, Khalida, Dangerous Intersection

Sorry for exceeding my quota but I'm interested to know what's their picks are going to be..

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