Imagine No Superstition: The Power To Enjoy Life With No Guilt, No Shame, No Blame

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SKU: DADAX0979316901
ISBN : 0979316901

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Imagine No Superstition is for modern doubters of ancient truths. The book first reveals how a priest found true love without guilt. Then it shows the modern questioner how s/he can enjoy shucking guilt and doubt. The humor is earthy at times, but it makes the points. This book is not for the likes of Pat Robertson, Jerry Falwell, Tim LeHaye, nor James Dobson; they are already sure of their answers to life's important questions.

After dealing briefly with the author's personal journey from faithful priest to rational atheist, the book shows the modern doubter how to enjoy his or her own exciting journey from childlike credulity to secure maturity.

After the reader gets free of the shackles of traditional superstition based guilt, shame, and blame, he can stand on the shoulders of giant scientific thinkers and see much farther then grandma and grandpa could see. This leads to truly enlightened selfishness that looks like selfless generosity. Richer family life and better neighbor relations result without customary sectarian divisions. The book makes clear how the reader can make himself happy and generous without supernatural help.

The book literally sparkles with humor. It shows the pragmatism of the farmer's son, the organized thinking of the former philosopher and the deep insights of the experienced psychologist. The book shows the questioning reader how to help significant others progress and how they are then more likely to help the reader look good. So a truly virtuous cycle of neighborly caring expands to make the world a more joyful place to live a naturally exuberant life. This happy situation is much more likely when there are no supernatural or sectarian axes to grind. For the questioning reader this book will be a true delight!
Author : Stephen Uhl
ISBN : 0979316901
Language : English
No of Pages : 190
Edition : Updated
Publication Date : 3/31/2007
Format/Binding : Paperback
Book dimensions : 8.4x5.5x0.5
Book weight : 0.01

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