My book, The 12 Unthinkable Horrors of Human Existence: A Manual for Atheists, Agnostics and Secular Humanists is now available on Amazon.com. Please tell your friends ! The Amazon Overview for the 12 Unthinkable Horrors is below:
In this groundbreaking and controversial book by I. M. Probulos, The Twelve Unthinkable Horrors of Human Existence are revealed to the world. A shocking title, to be sure, but this is actually a book of joy, purpose, and hope. It is for those without faith or do not think faith is a virtue. This book promotes reason, rationality, the scientific method and skepticism. Therefore it is against anything based on faith without evidence. This includes superstition, pseudo-science, junk science, the supernatural and, of course, religion.
If your faith is strong and your world revolves around your religious beliefs, this book is not for you. It is not meant to persuade believers. Instead, it is a self-help manual for the hundreds of millions of non-believers worldwide.
Part One introduces the 12 Unthinkable Horrors. To atheists, agnostics, human secularists, freethinkers and those without any religious faith, these won’t be horrors at all as you’ve acknowledged most of them many years ago. Agreement with all of them is not expected – debate is encouraged. The author asks that readers do not reveal the horrors as approximately 85 % of the world’s population does not want to know them and would find them unimaginable, unspeakable and truly unthinkable.
If you wish to learn more, comment or debate the 12 Unthinkable Horrors of Human Existence, they are:
- There Is No Afterlife
- God Does Not Answer Prayers
- Life Is Chance
- Life Is Not Fair
- There Is No Eternal Justice
- God Is The Invention Of Man.
- A Single Mistake Can Ruin Your Life
- Man Is Not Special
- There Is No Absolute Morality or Truth
- Free Will Is a Myth
- Experts Can Be Wrong
- Romantic Love Is A Myth
But you need to read the entire book before you comment, please.
My term, spiritually challenged simply refers to anyone who does not have “the gift of faith.” While many argue faith helps billions worldwide cope with a cruel and capricious world, we prefer evidence, our rational mind, and science. Part Two explains the Statistical Theory of Everything, which, quite succinctly, explains everything and is never wrong. Chapters on the Addictive Behaviors and Mind Control illustrate how they impact our “free will.”
In New Commandments For The 21st Century and Prescription for Living, the author goes further than just replacing “God bless you” with Gesundheit and “Merry Christmas” with “Happy Holidays.” Issues addressed include grieving without God, unfairness, injustice, and purpose. Part Two ends with a chapter on humor and irony. If we are going to thrive in a world of reason and rationality, a sense of humor is required.
Part Three concludes with interviews, comments and excerpts from some of the best and well-known authors in this genre: Neil deGrasse Tyson, Victor J. Stenger, Steven Pinker, Daniel Dennett, Richard Carrier, John Loftus, Aron Ra, and many others. Their comments are heartfelt, personal, and illustrate how millions can find meaning and purpose without faith. I thank them for their contribution.