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The True God Project
     

The True God Project

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by Bill Lui
 
You are paid $20,000 to research on the identity of the true God. You have two months to finish the research. You are not required to provide absolute proof, but instead to provide the most reasonable and rational answer. By the end of your investigation, you will recommend, given all the evidences and observations, which religion or path will most likely lead your

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You are paid $20,000 to research on the identity of the true God. You have two months to finish the research. You are not required to provide absolute proof, but instead to provide the most reasonable and rational answer. By the end of your investigation, you will recommend, given all the evidences and observations, which religion or path will most likely lead your employer to the true God. The final report shall be in written format. You must provide documentations of the research. The final recommendation should be rationally established and clearly written.
Interested? Well, should we begin?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940015795530
Publisher:
Bill Lui
Publication date:
11/30/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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The True God Project 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a great book for anyone serious about finding the right God to seek after.  If you were raised in a particular religion and have taken your faith for granted, it may be a good idea to use the methodology proposed to evaluate whether you are pinning your hopes on the right god.  The author proposes a no nonsense approach, using objective, courtroom style methods to evaluate different religions.  Six major religions are examined in depth in the book and the author encourages readers to examine other religions using the proposed method.  I find his approach refreshing in that no attempts are made to prove or disprove religious claims or to argue the merits of religious practices.  Instead, the author suggests the following strategy: analyze the background of the religions and their god and objectively consider their history, testimonies, documents, witnesses and other evidences.  This book should be applauded for helping us think about an often spiritually charged subject using a common sense approach.