Bible As It Should Be
An approach to the human origin of God,the unwanted paradise and the untold 10 commandments.According to the writer,the purpose of his book is not to provoke, although he believes it will be misunderstood by fundamentalists.It isn't to change anyone's way of thinking either;so,he uses it to ask his readers to take the theories developed in its pages mostly as food for thought rather than as facts. More
How is it possible to ask explanations from God? How can anyone, ask the Creator "How did the forbidden fruit get in the Garden of Eden," without sounding blasphemous? Which out of the following two would be preferable? A God who designed on His own the conflict of good and evil, or another one, who, unfortunately for man, is not powerful enough to keep evil away from him?
“The Bible as it should be” dares an approach of the human origin of God, the unwanted paradise and the untold 10 commandments. According to Martin Esterhazi, the purpose of his book is not to provoke, although he believes it will be misundestood by fundamentalists. It isn't to change anyone's way of thinking either, so, he uses to ask its readers to take the theories developed in its pages mostly as food for thought rather than as facts.
This book is a personal attempt to identify the real esssence of the God from the writer's own perspective. Bust most of all, it is an honest effort to open a genuine dialogue between himself and God.
You may like or hate this approach. You may agree or disagree with this way of thinking. In Esterhazi's point of view, that's not the point. You see, what matters is to think. This is what the purpose of this book is.
So, think… Controvert... Believe.
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