A Call to Sanity

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Trafford Publishing, 2004 - Religion - 301 pages
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Written for the everyday person, yet scientifically and logically sound enough to be appreciated by the PhD., A Call to Sanity

  • Addresses the many misconceptions of Modern Rational Atheism.
  • Confronts the many uncontested myths of religion.
  • Explains how and why the belief in a "God" is dangerous when making daily life choices regarding politics, health and social issues.
  • Aids those struggling with religion and the belief in an almighty "God" by explaining what they need to think about before deciding which philosophical route to take in life.

Mr. Yeldell also delves into the psyche and explains the mentality of those who believe in a "God" and how and why they disregard the apparent overwhelming evidence for the non-existence of a "God" or a supernatural realm.

A Call to Sanity is clearly written, sprinkled with dabs of humor and wit and offers logical arguments that debunk creationism, intelligent design, "God's" existence, pseudo science and claims of a supernatural realm.

 

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Contents

CHAPTER 1 IN THE BEGINNING
5
CHAPTER 2 THE ORIGINS BIOLOGICAL PROGRESSION
35
CHAPTER 3 THE PURPOSE OF LIFE
99
CHAPTER 4 THE AFTER LIFE
108
CHAPTER 5 DEALING WITH LIFES CHALLENGES
129
CHAPTER 6 MIRACLES AND ACTS OF GOD
139
CHAPTER 7 THE CONSCIENCE
159
CHAPTER 8 HUMAN EMOTION
168
CHAPTER 11 Prayer
205
CHAPTER 12 Spirits Souls Angels and the Paranormal
225
CHAPTER 13 Religious Holidays Symbolism and Rituals
236
CHAPTER 14 The Religious Trap
246
CHAPTER 15 Religion and Sexism
265
CHAPTER 16 Scientific Research
277
CHAPTER 17 The Reason Behind it All Why We Invented Gods
296
GLOSSARY
352

CHAPTER 9 LOVE
183
CHAPTER 10 Fate Destiny and Expiration Dates
191
REFERENCES
393
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