Divine Hate - He Who Does Not Believe Will Be Condemned - Why It Is Not To Be Believed

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Divine Hate - He Who Does Not Believe Will Be Condemned - Why It Is Not To Be Believed

Post by Guest on Sun Aug 16, 2015 7:45 am

In A Word-You and none you love is going to hell...and why. This is not a narrative. It can be scanned and read from any point. Who Should Love This Book • Freethinkers: who will see here new, short and irrefutable reasons why they are right • LGBT: the disaffected millions and their loved ones who are told by their religions that they are courting hell for simply being who they are. • Divorcees, contraceptive users, unmarried partners: will find nothing but comfort in all the compelling reasons for seeing it is all man-made nonsense. • Those already on the weak end of the faith curve: but too busy to spend a lot of time looking into the endless scholarly works for reasons to support their doubts. Its object is to show them the solid reasons to look deeper. • Those on the weak end of the skepticism curve: who need reinforcement in their thinking. They will love seeing why they are right. Foreword by Robert M. Price-renowned, double PhD religion scholar and author: "Feather's gift as well as his technique is to set forth the issues in a manner that is short, sweet and right to the point. And one might even say, right to the jugular." Premise-Christianity is smothered in talk and stories of love, justice, mercy and forgiveness and, the compassionate deeds and sayings of Jesus-but you cannot be saved by being good and doing good. Christianity's relentless bottom line which each of us will face: "Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned." (Mark 16:16) This is clearly a concoction of the men who wrote the creeds and the bible. What Is Different Here?-Includes over twenty pieces run as paid "advertisements" in New York Times plus-written to gain the attention, interest and readership of a mass audience based on 40 years in marketing. Robert G. Ingersoll-Includes seven important works by Ingersoll rarely seen today.





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