The God Maker: How God Became God

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A moving and delightful story of self-discovery that weaves humankind's desire to understand Who am I? into a creative journey certain to expand our imagination into places heretofore unimagined. The beauty of this novel is also in the author's ability to introduce the complexities of philosophy through a wise and poignant tale about a man who loses everything...and finds himself.

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About Clara Szalai

Captivated by the greatest enigmas facing humanity, such as how something can be created from nothing, what is life, what is the mechanism that creates assumptions and beliefs, Clara Szalai was dissatisfied with all the available answers thereto, and consequently, she embarked on the adventure of exploring the structure of our thinking. Since any answer was a statement positing an alleged truth, not unlike any other belief, she decided to challenge the very foundations of scientific, religious and axiomatic beliefs, which led to the discovery of the mechanism of perception – a dynamic logical structure that not only describes, but creates any existence. In her book, Holophany, the Loop of Creation, Clara Szalai elucidates this process with its various tools and implications.

Clara Szalai is also the author of The God Maker, a poetic philosophical prose.

Besides philosophy and literature, she is passionate about all living creatures.

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Jen Broe reviewed on Aug. 25, 2010

Inbetween layers of questioning, of intertwining drama between colorful charachters the story unfolds the mystery of creation. Who is a madman and who is a god? How do we find our own identity in the search for god and meaning? The God Maker teaches us about the unknowable and ineffable core of existence itself.
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