Drawing God?

Rated 3.75/5 based on 4 reviews
Professor Hue-Bris, a vocal atheist, finds himself lost in an unfamiliar landscape. Is it a dream or something else? If you appreciate this short story, then you are asked, if you are able, to make a small donation to a charity of your choice. More
Download: epub mobi (Kindle) pdf more Online Reader
About Wilde Blue Sky

Wilde Blue Sky is an English novelist and short story writer. His works include short stories, Vengeance and Drawing God?

A reviewer said of the short story, Vengeance, "Very good. Quick and spooky."

A reviewer said of the short story, Mouse on a Motorcyle, "Love this book."

Wilde Blue Sky can be contacted through his Goodreads account.

Learn more about Wilde Blue Sky

Also by This Author


Ivinela Samuilova reviewed on Sep. 21, 2015

As a theologian and a Christian writer, I always enjoy reading well written apologetic works on faith. “Drawing God” is short, and although somewhat threadbare in the way the ideas are presented, they do not lack depth. The dialogue between a young child (golden haired angel) who is busy making a drawing of God and a grave professor of science (at his death-hour) didn’t really prove God’s existence to me, as probably the author intended, but it reminded me of something important I have always been sure about: The only way to communicate with God is not through the bored, know-it-all, cynical adult that we often become, but through the child who has survived our serious growing up and still lives inside of us.
(review of free book)
Don Bloomer reviewed on July 23, 2013

This is a short manuscript with no entertainment value. It has an imaginary discussion by an atheist; but the author has given the atheists strange and nonsensical statements that distort atheistic views. How hard can it be to win an argument when you get to invent your opponent’s words?
(review of free book)
Frank Aaker reviewed on Feb. 10, 2013

I'm glad I found this short story, I love this sort of philosophical bartering of ideas, this one between an atheist professor and a young girl.
Wilde Blue Sky's prose is clear, smooth and easy to read.
Religion is a minefield, one of those taboo subjects we're not supposed to discuss; even this harmless little story has provoked strong reaction, take a look at some of the other reviews.
Go on, give it a read, what are you worried about?
(review of free book)
Darrell Brock reviewed on Dec. 24, 2012
(no rating)
Hue-Bris? I think perhaps the author wrote a biography. Don't waste your time downloading this as any kid in Sunday school could have banged this one out.
(review of free book)
Markus Baad reviewed on Dec. 10, 2012
(no rating)
Really? Religious dogma disguised as propaganda, in turn dressed up as entertainment. Don't waste your time unless you are a person of faith feeling challenged by an atheist doubt. It will make you feel better for a bit.
(review of free book)
Kevin Hofsas reviewed on Nov. 30, 2010

A charming, delightful, hilarious story with the best possible outcome. Having equal appeal to both atheists and believers, Wilde Blue draws a line between the two opposing views so taunt, so deft, I venture to say, it will support any who dare to walk across it!
(review of free book)
Report this book