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The Crisis of Religion (Revised Edition)

Adebowale Ojowuro


  • Isbn(Print) 9781928348825
  • Isbn (E-book) N/A
  • pages 320
  • Price 249
  • Published 2019-01-03

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About the book

The debates to disentangle the mystery of religion will most likely rage until eternity... This 320 page book critically re-examines theology and the disturbing trend to which religious practices and dogmatic faith have dangerously malformed in the new social order of our modern civilization. The Crisis of Religion is a comprehensive polygraph test for organized religions and their gods — a thorough lie detection analysis of sinister misapplication of faith and the cognitive errors of the fundamental theologies that bind humanity to religious beliefs. Attentive readers of this book would evidently discern how staggering and incredibly infinite the human stupidity truly is where it concerns religion and dogmatic faith... Provocative, revealing, hot!


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Adebowale Ojowuro

About the author

Adebowale Ojowuro is a free-thought activist, Secularist, writer, and philosopher who constantly articulates critical voice of reason against the foulness of dogmatic system of belief that persistently breeds very awkward delusions of terrible nature for successive generations of the entire black race to be contented with not understanding the world they live in under repressive control of organized religions.


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