Through three tours in the jungle hell of Vietnam, he walked the point -- staying alert to trip wires, booby traps and punji pits, guiding his squad of amphibious fighters on missions of rescue, reconnaissance and demolition -- confronting a war's unique terrors head-on, unprotected . . . and unafraid.This is the story of a hero told from the heart and from the gut -- an authentic tour of duty with one of the most legendary commandoes of the Vietnam War.
Through this historical exploration of religious texts, Watson addresses a host of questions addressing religion, its origins, and its mutations. Religious Thoughts asks:Why, in the beginning, were just three major religions formed? Why were the minor religionssuch as Protestant, Methodist, Baptist, and Presbyterianstarted? Did these religions coincide with or cause directly or indirectly major military conflicts? How did religion become so diverse and corrupt? Why and how did the manmade religions evolve?
Thoroughly researched, Religious Thoughts asks a wide range of thought-provoking questions and presents Watsons opinions and concerns. It presents a historical time travel through centuries of religious changes, documenting the history of the Abrahamic religions.