Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis is now available on Amazon, in both paperback and eBook formats. Like I stated previously, there were a number of reasons why I decided to self-publish rather than seek-out an alternate publishing company. Aside from an opportunity to restructure and re-edit my book, what I truly wanted was to provide my work at a more affordable price. Thanks to everyone for your support.
Synopsis: “Does God exist?” – This question has plagued humanity since its beginning. From the primitive to the sophisticated, human kind has worshipped gods of every shape, gender, size, and creed. One god, however, reigns supreme: The God of Abraham. Giving birth to the three most prevalent monotheistic religions existing today, Yahweh has dominated the theological landscape. A recent intellectual movement has taken place, however, challenging the religious status quo. This movement has given many the right to approach the God hypothesis with skepticism. Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis critically examines the claims made by the religious, determining whether a belief in Yahweh is actually as reasonable as long believed.
You can purchase Improbable: Issues with the God Hypothesis at Amazon.
Paperback – $13.05 + S&H | Kindle Edition – $2.99