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Angelicals Reviewed explores the idea that the soul, like our physicality, might be an integral component of human nature, and rather than a God given gift, is subject to the laws of evolution.

Belief in the immortality of the soul has engaged humanity for thousands of years. Yet, there is no evidence to support its existence. Living on Earth does not require a soul. The so
Published May 10th 2017 by Izak Botha
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Julius Blitzy
Oct 13, 2018 rated it really liked it
Is the soul the inner world of a person or the soul is only an intangible substance? Everyone defines it for himself. In general, in my opinion this is still an unexplored topic, so there are many hypotheses and assumptions. In Angelicals Reviewed, you can also see assumptions about the definition of the soul. Many questions are raised in the book Does a Soul Exist? Is this a gift from God? ” and “ Does the soul guarantee us life after death? ”
Researcher of metaphysics, Izak Botha tells his poin
Oct 27, 2018 rated it really liked it
Angelicals Reviewed by Izak Botha is a interesting philosophical read.

This book was interesting for myself who believes we all have a soul and when we pass on we move on to somewhere new, even a sceptic I think would be interested in what this book speaks about. Izak challenges conventional thinking about the nature of the soul. We learn about a ground breaking study covering several disciplines, the author shares his knowledge regarding the soul. It has been well researched and is very in depth
Charlie Latham
Oct 19, 2018 rated it really liked it
A well thought out and thoroughly in-depth look into all aspects surrounding the soul and societies concept of what it means.

I’ve been questioning life a lot lately, the meaning it has and what happens after this whole journey is over and this book was a great addition to this knowledge quest I am going through.

The structure of the book makes it easy to read and keep track of what you’ve learned along the way. Each chapter leads onto the next, answering questions that the last one had bought u
Jimmy Jefferson
Oct 11, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A view on the soul and it's process through life and beyond

Izak Botha has written an interesting book on the human soul and what it's purpose is, where it is, and where it goes upon death. There is some good information from studies done by scientists and others giving their views of the evidence and information collected. This is a book that engages your mind and makes you think. Although you can draw some conclusions from the book, there are still unanswered questions. I found this book to be
Oct 11, 2018 rated it really liked it
Evolution of Soul!
The book is an effort to answer many questions that possibly we all have regarding soul, something that keeps us alive, possibly something that lives even our body dies, possibly something that reaches eternal life. The author has shared various studies, views that scientists and philosophers have regarding the existence of soul. It presents some new views about truth of the soul and life and evolution of the soul as Angelicals, spiritual being that can survive after death. It
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Izak Botha is a perpetual student of life, a former artist, athlete, principal performer with the Cape Town City Ballet, counselor, architect, media entrepreneur, successful litigator versus national corporations, and now author of three titles: Homo Angelicansis, Angelicals Reviewed, and Blood Symbols, which made Semi Finalist in Publishers Weekly’s Book Life Prize 2017.

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