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Reviewed by Robert Rose for Readers' Favorite
Paul Zecos is a man to be reckoned with. He is on a mission to impart his version of what Jesus’ messages were to humankind. The subtitle - "Theory of Everything" - explains what he is attempting to do. I believe he is an heir to his Greek ancestors' successes in doing that thousands of years earlier. His 7 Spirits of God that flow throughout the book give a set of principles that should be placed everywhere as a constant reminder of what each person needs to keep in mind as s/he moves through the many institutions and organizations of each society. He does an excellent job of tying these into a cohesive whole.
He states their hierarchy from the lowest to highest: justice, wisdom, forgiveness, holiness, grace, enlightenment, and finally righteousness. His definitions don’t always agree with what some think, but if followed they would make the changes that he thinks are necessary to fulfill what Jesus was sent to teach. Definitely worth reading.