This book - To Make a Better World - is straightforward, in plain English, making the typically complex subjects within easily approachable to everyone. It's an indispensably useful everyday guidance tool for the average person interested in dealing with ethics without religion. One may say this book is all about "being good without gods". This book will help you to develop and hone your skills in logic, it will help you be a better person, and it will change the way you see the world. And all without assertions of religious ideologies.
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About the Author
Joshua Michail grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, and he still lives there. Joshua has two cats, one is timid and the other is very demanding, despite that he promises that he loves both of them equally. He is an ordained minister, who has only married two couples - both occasions were favors to friends. Among Joshua's several hobbies are: home brewing beer, backyard astronomy, woodworking, cooking, and gardening. He is an atheist, a humanist, a skeptic, and a philosopher. He is the author of: "To Make a Better World; The handbook for good secular living in the modern era." - and he is currently writing two books to be published most likely in the spring of 2016.