Religion Must Die

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Book Tree, 2006 - Philosophy - 152 pages
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By using the texts, scriptures, and teachings of most global religions, the author provides ample evidence in this book as to why religions must die. Most religions provide all the ammunition to use against them, while other belief systems are criticized by the author with reasoned argument and common sense thinking. This book offers the reader a choice: Abandon religion and walk forward into the light of rational thinking, or nurture religion and take a leap back into the darkness of ignorance, blind faith and superstition. Besides being a polemic commentary on religion and giving clear reasons as to why it should perish, it is also a philosophical work, written by a deist. It details the possible proof of God's existence and gives the reader an explanation of the meaning of life.

 

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Contents

Preface
6
Alpha
7
Judaism
21
Christianity
31
Islam
61
Other Religions
81
Evangelism and the Occult
124
Via Dolorosa
133
Omega
141
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