The Faith: The Unknown World of the Well Known Dogma
Trafford Publishing, 2006 - 283 pages
The faith is a direct view of religious ideology. It's an exploratory look inside religious dogma and the thoughts and notions of the idea of "God" therein. It's a direct challenge to religion and the long held notions and ideals of that which is held sacred. From blind belief to rationality, this book contains a vast picture of what religion is and has become throughout society. From historical accounts of religious acts, through to theological ideals seen throughout religious texts, the basis of religion has been shown in such a way so as to make religion obsolete in a world of free thinkers.
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