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Somnium Deus—The Satanic Dream

Somnium Deus—The Satanic Dream

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Published by Mark T. Wayne
After He finished His work, God fell asleep, dreaming of His own Creation. When He awakes after 18 billion years He sees a world in chaos, His active dream a total nightmare. God’s Conscience takes God to trial in the Court of Heaven. To God’s defense comes Adam, his first son, and Plato. The Prosecution brings in Rufus and Cicero with Lucifer joining them. Among the witnesses are Eve, Adam’s wife, Jesus of Nazareth, St. Augustine, Mark Twain and Christopher Hitchens. During the trial one hundred new commandments are released to Muhammad. The Prophet weeps and grovels in court praying to save Islam. While the defense tries to prove God "not guilty" by virtue of mere absenteeism, the prosecution shows beyond a reasonable doubt a universe that evolved by itself. Will evolution exonerate the existence of God, leaving mankind in the hands of science and to his own moral equity, or will God reform the chaotic universe led into evil by His prevailing nightmare—the satanic dream?

Chapter One – The Womb
Chapter Two – Genesis
Chapter Three – God’s Confession
Chapter Four – The Intruder
Chapter Five – The Judge
Chapter Six - Servius Suplicius Rufus
Chapter Seven – Adam
Chapter Eight – Marcus Tullius Cicero’s Opening Statement
Chapter Nine – Satan’s Testimony
Chapter Ten – Delusion The Scrolls of Mark Twain
Chapter Eleven – Plato and St. Augustine Chapter Twelve – The Scrolls of Mark Twain Chapter Thirteen – Jesus of Nazareth
Chapter Fourteen – Jesus’ Testimony
Chapter Fifteen – Sons of God
Chapter Sixteen – The God of Chaos
Chapter Seventeen – Eve’s Testimony Chapter Eighteen – The Luciferian Principle Chapter Nineteen – The Ghost of Mark Twain Chapter Twenty – The Spirit of Muhammad Twenty-One – Of Islam and Honor Killings Twenty-Two – Free Will and Determination: God’s Attributes
Chapter Twenty-Three – De Nihilo Vita Fit (Out of Nothing, Life Comes)
Chapter Twenty-Four – Christopher Hitchens Chapter Twenty-Five – The “Hitch”
Chapter Twenty-Six – Satan’s Closing Argument
Chapter Twenty-Seven – The Verdict
Chapter Twenty-Eight – The First Man
Chapter Twenty-Nine – One Hundred Commandments for Islam
Chapter Thirty - Epilogue
After He finished His work, God fell asleep, dreaming of His own Creation. When He awakes after 18 billion years He sees a world in chaos, His active dream a total nightmare. God’s Conscience takes God to trial in the Court of Heaven. To God’s defense comes Adam, his first son, and Plato. The Prosecution brings in Rufus and Cicero with Lucifer joining them. Among the witnesses are Eve, Adam’s wife, Jesus of Nazareth, St. Augustine, Mark Twain and Christopher Hitchens. During the trial one hundred new commandments are released to Muhammad. The Prophet weeps and grovels in court praying to save Islam. While the defense tries to prove God "not guilty" by virtue of mere absenteeism, the prosecution shows beyond a reasonable doubt a universe that evolved by itself. Will evolution exonerate the existence of God, leaving mankind in the hands of science and to his own moral equity, or will God reform the chaotic universe led into evil by His prevailing nightmare—the satanic dream?

Chapter One – The Womb
Chapter Two – Genesis
Chapter Three – God’s Confession
Chapter Four – The Intruder
Chapter Five – The Judge
Chapter Six - Servius Suplicius Rufus
Chapter Seven – Adam
Chapter Eight – Marcus Tullius Cicero’s Opening Statement
Chapter Nine – Satan’s Testimony
Chapter Ten – Delusion The Scrolls of Mark Twain
Chapter Eleven – Plato and St. Augustine Chapter Twelve – The Scrolls of Mark Twain Chapter Thirteen – Jesus of Nazareth
Chapter Fourteen – Jesus’ Testimony
Chapter Fifteen – Sons of God
Chapter Sixteen – The God of Chaos
Chapter Seventeen – Eve’s Testimony Chapter Eighteen – The Luciferian Principle Chapter Nineteen – The Ghost of Mark Twain Chapter Twenty – The Spirit of Muhammad Twenty-One – Of Islam and Honor Killings Twenty-Two – Free Will and Determination: God’s Attributes
Chapter Twenty-Three – De Nihilo Vita Fit (Out of Nothing, Life Comes)
Chapter Twenty-Four – Christopher Hitchens Chapter Twenty-Five – The “Hitch”
Chapter Twenty-Six – Satan’s Closing Argument
Chapter Twenty-Seven – The Verdict
Chapter Twenty-Eight – The First Man
Chapter Twenty-Nine – One Hundred Commandments for Islam
Chapter Thirty - Epilogue

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Published by: Mark T. Wayne on Aug 02, 2012
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