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Eeny Meeny: Proof that the Gods MUST be Crazy: A witty, lighthearted and sometimes irreverent look at world religions, their foibles, idiosyncrasies and pitfalls through the eyes of a self-confessed and perhaps reluctant agnostic.
     

Eeny Meeny: Proof that the Gods MUST be Crazy: A witty, lighthearted and sometimes irreverent look at world religions, their foibles, idiosyncrasies and pitfalls through the eyes of a self-confessed and perhaps reluctant agnostic.

by Roy Wallace
 
A witty, lighthearted and sometimes irreverent look at world religions, their foibles, idiosyncrasies and pitfalls through the eyes of a self-confessed and perhaps reluctant agnostic.

After decades of serious thought and contemplation, I would bet that if God does indeed exist, He (She or It) must surely have a wicked sense of humour! The only thing that makes sense

Overview

A witty, lighthearted and sometimes irreverent look at world religions, their foibles, idiosyncrasies and pitfalls through the eyes of a self-confessed and perhaps reluctant agnostic.

After decades of serious thought and contemplation, I would bet that if God does indeed exist, He (She or It) must surely have a wicked sense of humour! The only thing that makes sense, to me at least, other than complete random chance, is that God was bored and needed some new entertainment for a few centuries or millennia. So He set up the game of 'humanity'.

Within these pages, through the use of both humour and logical reasoning, you will be challenged to reassess your relationship to your God (or Gods) and discover why, if one attempts to use logic and commonsense, most religious doctrine starts to collapse like a house of cards.

If you are one of those not secure enough in your own faith to subject it to scrutiny, you should probably NOT read this book. If, on the other hand, you are prepared to bring an open mind, you may find some new questions to your answers!

This book is a sometimes serious, but more often humourous exposé of my personal musings, experiences and deductions on the topic of religion. I hope that you accept it in the lighthearted manner that it was conceived and written..

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781481072816
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
12/02/2012
Pages:
142
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.33(d)

Meet the Author

After a lifetime of following many and varied career paths, Roy Wallace has finally settled on writing as a means not only of expression but also as a way to make sense of the world for himself and his readers.
This is his second published work, the first being a cookbook: The Un-Cookbook - The Art of Cooking without Recipes, which is available both through bookstores and online. Although originally destined strictly for friends and family this first project took on a life of its own and was eventually published.

Although born and educated in the United Kingdom, Roy has lived and worked most of his adult life in North America, principally in Ottawa, Canada. In addition to his writing, Roy operates a network of blogs and websites under the Internet handles of W3junkie and Justrw.

You can check him out online at the following links:

http://w3junkie.com http://justrw.net http://ryze.com/go/JustRW
http://artofcookingwithoutrecipes.gimmee-5.com

On Facebook: http://facebook.com/w3junkie
On Twitter: http://twitter.com/w3junky2
On Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/w3junkie

Upcoming projects include an autobiographical work entitled
A Yellow Car
Also in the works are two anthologies of both fiction short stories and non-fiction essays.

Watch for them online and in bookstores

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