The Revelation of the Nones

The Revelation of the Nones

by Arnie Stone


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What if you were told that everything you believe about your religion is false? A self-proclaimed "messenger from The Maker," arrives with a dire warning: the world will soon end, and The Maker will not intervene. There is only one way for us to save ourselves and her mission is to show us the way. She quickly harnesses the strength of the Internet, social media, and the mainstream press. Her message resonates strongly with those already feeling disenfranchised from the organized religions of the world. Soon, millions believe in what she says, abandoning the restrictive religions that they once followed. The unaffiliated, sometimes referred to as "Nones," rapidly increase their numbers. This globally expanding "religion of no religion" soon begins to threaten the leaders of the major organized religions, led by the United Religious Congress. As they prepare for their massive world-wide "Call to the Mountain" conference, they are determined to regain their power and their followers at whatever the cost.

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ISBN-13: 9781483438047
Publisher: Lulu Publishing Services
Publication date: 03/09/2016
Pages: 356
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.79(d)

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Reviewed by Katelyn Hensel for Readers' Favorite Following many players in the cosmic game of life, The Revelation of the Nones breaks religion and spirituality down into less than the sum of their parts and asks questions about belief in modern times. From an ambitious pastor, fervent in his drive for glory, to an apartment manager, discovering what he believes maybe for the first time, this book helps ask tough questions that might allow readers to think for themselves. It plays on the current trend of events and secular movements becoming popular with today's youth. As a self-identified "None" that the book seems to be exploring, I really enjoyed reading this book, although it actually reminded me of the religious series "Joshua," which follows a man named Joshua as he upset church leaders by following God's commands instead of the church's teachings and doctrines. The similarities are very profound as all explore this sense of cynicism surrounding organized religion, from both believers and non-believers. Arnie Stone asks us some intelligent questions and helps tease answers out of everyone before providing a pretty interesting twist on the plot that may leave you reeling. I liked how there was almost an air of the supernatural within the pages. It felt like some kind of tension was humming just under the surface and connecting all of these characters in ways that I couldn't predict. I just had to keep reading to find out! All in all, The Revelation of the Nones is a thought-provoking read that will make you look deeper into your own beliefs.