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In the Blood -- New Novel Examines Effects Racism and Slavery had on American History
EAST LANSING, Mich., June 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- The face of American history is smeared with a dark spot. Throughout the nation's history of freedom and equality is a hypocritical side that enslaved people of African descent, even those containing a small quotient in their ancestry. In her new novel, O' Why Should the Spirit of Mortals be Proud? (now available through 1stBooks), author Sally Tyndale Hartley examines the effects and the disgrace of America's enslaved past.
Is Catholicism Pagan? -- New Book Calls for Obliteration of Catholic Dogma because of Demonic Roots
CLINT, Texas, June 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- With controversy rocking the Catholic church, author Enrique Garcia, Jr. attempts to explain why its present condition has been caused by a traceable link between Catholic dogma and the pagan traditions of ancient Babylon. Because of these hidden pagan traits, the author writes, Christians are separated from God and therefore cannot claim to be Christian. In An Armful of Snakes (now available through 1stBooks) he points out several "works of Satan" in Catholic dogma, such as the Virgin of Guadalupe and major Christian religions.
Bock Communications Tops Annual Awards Program with Most Honors for Fourth Consecutive Year
SOUTH COAST METRO, Calif., June 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- Bock Communications Inc., a provider of strategic and tactical public relations counsel to clients in the wireless, telecommunications, Internet and other high-tech industries, today announced it was honored with a total of nine awards at the annual Orange County Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (OC/PRSA) PROTOS awards ceremony held Friday, June 20, at The Sutton Place Hotel in Newport Beach. This year marks the fourth consecutive year that Bock Communications has received more awards than any other public relations agency in the county.