Developing a Universal Religion by David Hockey
Why One Is Needed and How It Might Be Derived

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A Global Civilization will need a Global Religion.
National laws are generally written with a nation's significant religion in mind: this religion usually provides the moral authority to enact and to enforce these laws.
A globalizing world will need a globalized religion to do the same thing. Without one, representative to organizations such as the United Nations do little more than protect their nation's interests. National leaders, such as Bush and Blair, use their own religion--and suffer from the reactions of others who do the same thing. A universal religion should simplify global moral (and Practical) decision making.

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Published January 1, 2004 by Stephenson-Hockey Publishing. 320 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Law & Philosophy.

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