Tag Archives: suffering
This post is in response to David Brooks’s article, Better Secularists, in the Feb 3 2015 NY Times. In the article he cites a statistics that about a fifth of all adults are atheist, agnostic or without religious affiliation. It’s a good start but where he shows his prejudice and parochial views is when he makes […]
Someone is interested in my writing! My books are 1, 2, 4, 6, 13, 15, 18, 19 and 20. Some guy named Dawkins is number 3… Double click on the image to expand the size.
This is in response to feedback concerning my Amazon Kindle book, The Statistical Theory of Everything. Note that the concept was originally coined by Isaac Asimov and grew from my research and work on the 12 Unthinkable Horrors of Human Existence. While some feel that viewing the world as a bell curve of events is obvious, […]
The Other God’s Earth: No Sin, No Death, No Evil: Part One: Introduction This is the first chapter of a book that will explore the thought process behind an alternate universe. How does one even begin writing a story where there is no antagonist, no killing, and no hate? It is available on Amazon.com […]
These are just some of the many questions discussed in my book (Aug 2013), The Other God’s Earth: No Sin, No Death, No Evil: Part One: Introduction [Amazon Link $.99]. it is the first of a seven-book series. The central tenet of this alternate universe, where there is no sin, death or evil, is, of […]
Can you imagine a world without sin, death, or evil? I did. That is the central theme of my latest book, The Other God’s Earth (TOGE) [Amazon Link]; it is now available on Amazon.com for $.99. It is only 80 pages. You can download a Kindle reader to any device: an Ipad, any phone, or […]
Why is there so much suffering? Why does God allow suffering? If God is good why is there so much pain and misery in the world? Kirk Cameron, a strict fundamentalist, will explain this to the world on Sept 24 2013. For anyone who has seen Kirk Cameron’s and Ray Comfort’s other videos and presentations […]