Improbable: Is There Any Reason To Believe In God?

By J. D. Brucker

Religion & spirituality, General non-fiction, Art & photography | Paperback


Throughout the course of human civilization, individuals have given themselves the duty of committing immoral acts in the name of the Abrahamic deity simply because they have been convinced or convinced themselves he is real and that he has their personal well-being in mind. But do these people have good reason to believe he exists or is indoctrination and the blind eye to blame? This book answers the key questions regarding the improbable existence of the God of Abraham: Do scientific facts support the idea that mankind is a product of a single supernatural and transcendent being? Has biological life on Earth evolved from a single-celled organism or was it intelligently designed? Can neurology, sociology, and psychology answer questions regarding religious experience? Is the God of Abraham omnibenevolent, portraying and prescribing a moral code one should expect from such an all-loving being? Does morality have a spiritual basis or could the foundation have been poured into our species long ago through natural processes? Does religious scripture ignore or support the scientific understanding regarding the creation of the cosmos? Are the foundations of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam of a divine origin, or the products of man-made mythos? Does the historical record reinforce the existence of Jesus and Moses as described in the New and Old Testament? Refuting the God of Abraham through science and reason will undoubtedly spark the much-needed epoch humanity must reach before we can call ourselves a rationally-mature species. This accomplishment lies in the hands of the undecided, those unwilling to believe but not yet ready to leave their faith behind. Before settling on faith, one must ask themselves a simple question: "Is there good reason to rely on faith, or could more fulfilling answers loom near?"


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Throughout the course of human civilization, individuals have given themselves the duty of committing immoral acts in the name of the Abrahamic deity simply because they have been convinced or convinced themselves he is real and that he has their personal well-being in mind. But do these people have good reason to believe he exists or is indoctrination and the blind eye to blame? This book answers the key questions regarding the improbable existence of the God of Abraham: Do scientific facts support the idea that mankind is a product of a single supernatural and transcendent being? Has biological life on Earth evolved from a single-celled organism or was it intelligently designed? Can neurology, sociology, and psychology answer questions regarding religious experience? Is the ...


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J. D. Brucker was born near Chicago, IL in 1989. He is an atheist author, a secular humanist, and an outspoken anti-theist. With passion and determination, he aims to make a positive impact in the world through his atheism, skepticism, and humanism. His first book "Improbable: Is There Any Reason To Believe In God?" was published by Dangerous Little Books in December of 2013. Aside from writing and operating his website, he blogs for Atheist Republic. He currently resides in Northern Illinois.


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J. D. Brucker was born near Chicago, IL in 1989. He is an atheist author, a secular humanist, and an outspoken anti-theist. With passion and determination, he aims to make a positive impact in the world through his atheism, skepticism, and humanism. His first book "Improbable: Is There Any Reason To Believe In God?" was published by Dangerous Little Books in December of 2013. Aside from writing an...


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