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Riassunto: The Zaddik, a Story of James and Paul, is an exciting new historical thriller recreating the history of the first century, based upon new interpretations of the Dead Sea Scrolls. While academics debate the place the Dead Sea Scrolls hold in history, some scholars have proposed that four books found at Qumran, were first century manuscripts, describing the battle between James and Paul after Paul's attack on the Jerusalem Assembly, led by the family of Jesus. James the Just, the Zaddik of Jerusalem, was the uncontested leader of the Church of Jesus in the thirty years following the Crucifixion; until his savage murder, which led to the onset of the Jewish War with Rome. Net proceeds from the sale of The Zaddik, a Story of James and Paul will help fund RESCUE DETROIT, a not-for-profit company, dedicated to the renewal and renovation of the city of Detroit. From the introductory Open Letter to the Citizens of Detroit and America, the author challenges Americans to contribute to the re-population of the city of Detroit; a city ravaged by the history of racism in American. This novel will help build a New Detroit; a city where no person should go uneducated and no person wont from lack of a higher education. RESCUE DETROIT is dedicated to founding Zaddik University, an institution devoted to the non-sectarian study of God. RESCUE DETROIT shall rebuild the neighborhoods of the city of Detroit; rehabilitating that which may be saved, and rebuilding that which cannot. RESCUE DETROIT shall build green housing on lots that cannot be salvage with an original structure, using technology, which should make each home energy-efficient, if not energy-producing. RESCUE DETROIT welcomes back the middle class, be they of any race, and shall restore the neighborhoods, block-by-block, street-by-street, house-by-house, until enough neighborhoods have been restored, to turn the exodus from the city of Detroit, into a destination chosen to raise a family in, once again.

L'autore: Kevin A. Casey has practiced law in the metropolitan Detroit area for over twenty years; this is his first novel. Mr. Casey has vested all legal rights to the publication of this novel in a charitable entity, which will help fund, Rescue Detroit, a not-for-profit corporation, dedicated to repopulating and rebuilding the city of Detroit, by offering a free college education to any resident of the city of Detroit. Rescue Detroit's mission is to found Zaddik University, an institution dedicated to the non-sectarian study of God. Proceeds from the sale of The Zaddik, will fund the university and will renovate and refurbish the Michigan Central Station. The building is architecturally worthy of preservation as part of the history of Detroit. Mr. Casey is dedicated to offering a free college education to any person who resides within the city of Detroit, as an incentive for families to return to home ownership in the city of Detroit. It is his hope that Detroit will again be a safe and chosen destination to raise a family.

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Editore: Zaddik Literary Agency, Incorporated (2011)
ISBN 10: 0615272282 ISBN 13: 9780615272283
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Descrizione libro Zaddik Literary Agency, Incorporated, 2011. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0615272282

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