In 1502, Europe was different; it was a violent, superstitious place and beginning its cultural rebirth, a change slowly forcing out the supernatural and giving way to the age of reason. One man had to confront this change, not as a change for humankind, but within his own existence. Born a man of faith and later educated in the foundation of reason and rational thought, h...more
Paperback, 196 pages
Published September 17th 2009 by Lulu.com
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