The Anti-Word: The Absurdity of Religious Belief

The Anti-Word: The Absurdity of Religious Belief

by Austin Torney
     
 
The absurdity of religious beliefs is pointed out directly, as it must be, but there is also grace, humor, insight, style and the urge to fully live, unfettered by superstition. Long ago, people were thrown out of the tribe for not believing in the moon god, but that god is long gone, along wth the gods of Mt. Olympus and others who had to be relocated so far away as

Overview

The absurdity of religious beliefs is pointed out directly, as it must be, but there is also grace, humor, insight, style and the urge to fully live, unfettered by superstition. Long ago, people were thrown out of the tribe for not believing in the moon god, but that god is long gone, along wth the gods of Mt. Olympus and others who had to be relocated so far away as to become invisible. Is our present day God any more real? Is He a leader? Is He a good role model. Should we follow his ways? Was God made in Man's image? Is it all just a myth? What do other insights have to offer? Lavishy illustrated in color.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781434837707
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
02/27/2008
Pages:
252
Product dimensions:
8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.65(d)

Meet the Author

Austin lives on a mountaintop in Poughquag, NY, and writes books of all genres, many of which are lavishly illustrated with colorful graphics and composited photos. He is interested in the Theory of Everything, living life well, nature, science, and tennis.

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