City of God - Part 10 Summary & Analysis

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Pem returns with the chest containing the Kovno journals and the material is turned over to the U. S. Attorney’s office in order to prosecute certain individuals for their war crimes before the material returns to Sarah. Everett considers the influence of James Pike, former bishop of California, on Pem. Pike was Pem’s mentor who believed, like Pem, the God of the universe is above and beyond the fictional stories of the Bible. Pike went out into the desert in Jerusalem in an attempt to find the historical Jesus and died there, stranded in the heat and the sand.

Everett goes on to present a small excerpt detailing the invention, by a scientist named Louis Slotin, of the atomic bomb. In a prayer, Pem reveals the story of his search to escape ritualization and find illumination in the wilds of Africa. He tells the...

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