THE FIVE PILLARS OF RELIGIOUS REFORM
By Jeffrey Borup
The Five Pillars of Religious Reform is a rudimentary examination of the key influences inherent in individual and collective spiritual transformation. For those in search of a modest blueprint for measured change, and left questioning why and how certain holy precepts across various faiths have evolved over time, Borup offers a relaxed reference guide. Throughout this book, Borup makes reference to various historical shifts in belief and presents newfound insight into the root causes for such change. He even tests our own susceptibility to spiritual reformation by offering a glimpse into the bizarre, yet conceivable, religions of tomorrow. No other book presents such a clear and concise outline for sweeping religious reform in this way.
Forty Thousand Words is a photo book featuring 40 select shots by photographer Jeffrey Borup. If a picture is worth a thousand words, this album is a linguist's paradise! Each photograph depicts a unique account of Jeff's travels in and around Arizona and across the United States. Join in and add your own descriptors, relate your emotions, or convey whatever other narrative elements you feel appropriate as you interact with this book. Be a part of the Forty Thousand today!
IN RE: CRIMINAL PROPERTY
By Jeffrey Borup
In Re: Criminal Property is a free Wikipedia Book compiled by Jeffrey Borup and comprised of various references to the law of Asset Forfeiture, Money Laundering, and the disgorgement of criminal proceeds. A Wikipedia Book is an organized collection of the latest versions of select Wikipedia articles that can be rendered electronically in PDF format, or ordered as a printed book.
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