Adam and Eve for atheists began life as a Four page summary of the practical, modern day application of the ancient messages in the Hebrew Bible. The substance of the story has enormous implications for the modern world. Who can resist the impulse to check out the story of two gorgeous naked people prancing around in a garden paradise on Earth?
One thing led to another and the four pages expanded to contain the thoughts generated by the simple beginning.
The thirteen God stories are examples of miracles that happen in our lives that can be recognized if we just slow down and look for them. None of these stories were of miraculous healings or other events that can be challenged as natural happenings. Some have a hilarious twist. All of them indicate the handiwork of a mysterious force, God. None of them prove anything, but as a group of thirteen, they are proof enough for me. None can be statistically evaluated although some skeptics might try. There are no statistical degrees of freedom.
Here, for your visualization, is a hint of one of the stories. Imagine the author’s wife beating off an eagle with a broom while her cuddle cat hunched at her feet, and you will certainly enjoy the story of Big Bill.
This is not a children’s book, but it is easily readable by young people; nor is it written in PhD professor style for other PhD professors. It is well suited for comprehension by young children and for adults of any age including PhDs.
A strong case is presented for tolerance and understanding of people of widely varying spiritual concerns. Atheists, Christians, Jews, and Muslims all have viewpoints of peaceful commonality. The focus here is the Christian perspective Can we all get along?