Christianity or Churchianity:
Finding the Lost Message of Christ
by J. Craig Woods
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J. Craig Woods
As a Baby Boomer, I was a young man during our turbulent 1960’s, and this experience has been very instrumental in shaping my development as a person. After fully exploring the youth culture of the 1960’s, I enlisted in the U.S. Navy in the early 1970’s, and I lived in Japan for several years. After my discharge from the Navy, I attended the University of California on the GI Bill where I had a dual major in psychology and philosophy. Upon completion of my academic studies, I worked as a therapist within the mental health field for a number of years. My early interests were mainly centered on the health and care of the human being.
With the decline in our mental health system during the 1980’s, mainly due to funding cuts, I made a career change, moving from the mental health of the individual to the technological health of our computers. I entered the technical world by becoming a participant in the Information Technology sector. In this capacity, I worked for some of our largest corporations. For the last twenty years, I have worked as a UNIX system engineer, setting up the servers that function as the computers that run our corporate networks and our World Wide Web. In addition to the extensive technical knowledge that I have gleaned, this experience has provided me with a keen understanding about Corporate America.
Although I was born and raised in California, I now currently reside near Dallas, Texas. At this stage of my life, my thoughts are returning to the most important aspect of our human existence: our spiritual growth. It seems I have made a full circle back to the studies of psychology and philosophy. I have accomplished many of the goals that I have set for myself, but, now, the only accomplishment that really matters to me, as a human being, is the accomplishment that I can take with me after I depart from our physical world.