The Eclipse of God: Is Religion on the Way Out?

The Eclipse of God: Is Religion on the Way Out?

by Gerard M. Verschuuren
The Eclipse of God: Is Religion on the Way Out?

The Eclipse of God: Is Religion on the Way Out?

by Gerard M. Verschuuren


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This book was specifically written for all those who feel lost in a world dominated by ideologies that obscure God. It is hard to pinpoint one particular cause of how we feel in such Godforsaken times and places, but science is likely one of the main perpetrators, as some scientists use their scientific "authority" to churn out, with the speed of light, books that promote opinions and views that go far beyond their scientific expertise, and that rob people of any religious beliefs they might have. These prolific writers are inundating the book market, magazines, and the internet with their message that a state of conflict exists between science and religion, and that science is on the winning hand.They loudly broadcast through the megaphones of our society their anti-religious propaganda: (1) Since there was a Big Bang, there is no creation. (2) Because there is only matter, there can be no spirit. (3) There is no purpose in life, for randomness is all there is. (4) There is no God, only a god-gene. (5) Neurons are in complete charge, so the mind is an illusion. (6) Everything is relative, for objective truth just does not exist. (7) Morality is only a matter of personal opinions and preferences. (8) All in all, God is dead. If you wonder how you and your religious faith could ever survive in such an environment, this is the right book for you.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780999881484
Publisher: En Route Books & Media
Publication date: 05/20/2018
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.62(d)

About the Author

Gerard M. Verschuuren is a human geneticist who also earned a doctorate in the philosophy of science. He studied and worked at universities in Europe and the United States. Currently semi-retired, he spends most of his time as a writer, speaker, and consultant on the interface of science and religion, faith and reason.

More information about his life and works may be found on his Wikipedia page at
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