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The Thinking Human's Guide to Religion by Steve Paull scrutinises each chapter of Genesis in depth and questions whether the Bible is the work of the creator or man made fiction. Was God a cruel dictator who enjoyed setting impossible vicious tasks for mankind? The book will examine what role religion plays in today's society. Is it just a billion-dollar money making machine that preys on fear or a source for good and comfort in the world? The details conflict throughout and the facts cannot be substantiated. Through detailed research in this book, you will get a clear understanding of where the sources of polygamy, slavery and other extreme religious beliefs originated. This book will make you think about the real truth behind the scriptures and why it is important to question rather than just accept everything at face value.
The Thinking Human's Guide to Religion by Steve Paull is a good read for anyone. The author has definitely done his research and the author's arguments are valid. I found the facts behind Noah’s ark really funny because the reality of what the Bible says seems absurd when you consider what you are expected to believe. The amount of holes that were uncovered throughout the book of Genesis shocked me and the realisation that Christians still believe this is ludicrous. Every Christian should read this book and ask themselves why they chose to believe such a ridiculous story. Nothing makes sense and the parts that do make sense are filled with cruelty and violence. Many would say that the New Testament is the true book of Christianity, so I would love Steve Paull to dissect that book too. A fantastic read which made me laugh out loud and gasp with disbelief.