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We Were Told There Would Be Angels

eBook (ePub), 184 Pages
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Can any living human being speak for a deity? Are we squandering precious time and energy searching for unattainable wisdom via the promises of religion? More importantly, can we continue to tolerate openly dangerous ideas merely because they come swathed in the tinsel of faith? These are some of the pivotal concepts examined in We were Told There Would be Angels. As a follow-up to Banging Your Head Against Heaven, this book again attempts to open a much-needed conversation by taking a lighthearted, commonsense look at the enormous influence organized religion exerts on our culture. Granting legitimacy to views that are unfounded and wholly open to interpretation unlocks an enormous danger to civilization, especially considering that the technology to bring about the destruction of the human race is now within reach. The collision between technology and religious extremism is inevitable. Can we alter the outcome? Or, are we on a nonstop flight to judgment day for humankind?
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Edition
First Edition
Publisher
Lulu.com
Published
May 10, 2014
Language
English
Pages
184
File Format
ePub
File Size
170.91 KB

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