MisGod'ed: A Roadmap of Guidance and Misguidance in the Abrahamic Religions

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Booksurge Publishing, Feb 22, 2008 - Religion - 370 pages
Bold in its premise and masterful in its execution, MisGod'ed by author and physician Laurence B. Brown teases common threads in the complex world of organized religion from the tangled mass of religious misdirection. An earnest search for truth, this text unveils both the corruptions and commonalities of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam to fill the current void of intellectual discourse on the subject. For those readers who are intrigued but skeptical of organized religion, especially strict, literal interpretation of the Bible, this book articulates many of the questions readers have about religion, and poses others of its own. It provides a comprehensive, historically based analysis of documents, traditions and institutions. The central theme is to examine Judaism, Christianity, and Islam for truth in revelation, and trace the chain of revelation to its logical conclusion. Solicitous and precise, this text captures the essence of what it means to be a person of God.

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This book provides guidance to all those who seek answers to questions on the Three Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The extensive research and evidence presented in the book point to the fact that Islam is the ONLY true religion of Allah (God).

About the author (2008)

A graduate of Cornell University, Brown Medical School, and George Washington University Hospital residency program, Laurence B. Brown is an ophthalmic surgeon, specializing in cataract and refractive surgery. A retired Air Force officer, he is the medical director of a major eye center in Saudi Arabia. For the past fifteen years, he has divided his time between America, England, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. The author of two previous books of comparative religion, The First and Final Commandment and God'ed, he has also published a book of fiction entitled The Eighth Scroll. Dr. Brown and his wife live in Medina, Saudi Arabia with their daughter and an ever-changing assortment of parrots and hamsters.

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