Title: Christianity and Cosmic Consciousness
Author: Alexis Georg Hoen
Born in the Ukraine, educated in Munich, and having practiced medicine in the United States, author Alexis Georg Hoen has been exposed to widely differing political systems and religious beliefs, and he has always maintained an interest as to the origin of these beliefs and their relation to the innermost nature of man. In Christianity and Cosmic Consciousness, he interprets the words and the sacrifice of Jesus as pointing the way toward a realization of our innermost nature—the will to live and love that exists within all.
Sharing his experiences and ideas about Christ’s words and sacrifice, Hoen uses personal anecdotes and biblical examples to illustrate the nature of Christian belief. He provides a host of examples, including key illustrations from the Bible and relevant source material from other writers who address this topic. He shows us that through sacrifice we live in and for others. That is eternal life.
Christianity and Cosmic Consciousness represents the core of Christian teaching without resorting to the supernatural and miraculous, yet doesn’t try to disprove it.
How did you come up with the title of your book?
The title of my book reflects the subject that has been on my
mind for years.
What is your writing environment like?
Plenty of room, a lot of time and support by my children. A
What are some of the best tools available today for writers?
It is great to have a word processor that makes it possible to correct and re-type , as well as having access to all kinds of information on the internet.
What inspires you to write?
The urgent desire to communicate my thoughts. Willingness
of others to listen.
Did you learn anything while writing this book?
When I finished I knew at least twice as much about the subject as when I began. I also added a considerable amount of insight into the subject.
What is your favorite quality about yourself?
My ability to find good in most situations.
Alexis Georg Hoen attended medical school in Munich. He immigrated to the United States at age twenty-five, and he practiced medicine in Los Angeles for fifty years. In addition to the study of religion, he enjoys gardening and spending time with his three children and six grandchildren.