The Book of Morality is a biblical book for contemporary times. It tells of a man's efforts to teach a message of Ethical Monotheism - God exists, and God's primary expectation of human beings is righteous conduct. People of different religions ...
and philosophical perspectives confront the messenger, and his dialogues with these interlocutors address numerous theological, religious and moral issues. The Book squarely addresses the vitriolic arguments propounded by the so-called "New Atheists" (Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, etc.), but its moderate, open-minded approach contrasts starkly with their rigid polemics. The book also challenges the religious forces that tend to undermine Ethical Monotheism in the three major monotheistic faiths. The horror of 9/11 looms large in its pages, as do the atrocities of the 20th century. The Book of Morality offers new ideas and insights on questions that inform how we conduct ourselves and who we want to be.
Number of pages: 152
Date of publication: 26/01/2011
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