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At long last, there has been verifiable, undeniable and very public proof of God’s existence. Or has there? While the world’s experts found no evidence that the proof was a hoax, they were also unable to confidently explain how it happened. One of the world’s oldest and greatest religions wallows in pride….until similar proof is revealed to another religion.
Crisis of Uncertain Divinity takes readers on a “what if” ride that is so very relevant in today’s world. Especially in the United States, but around the world as well, religion’s role in life is becoming more public and less private. At the same time, an increasing number of people have no formal religious affiliation. Can these two trends coexist?
With deference to those of faith as well as to those that have never had or lost it, Crisis of Uncertain Divinity explores how the world might react if divine truth was actually revealed to more than one faith tradition. Much like a parable, this important work of fiction examines how an Atheist might respond, the likely tensions that would inevitably arise between various Christian denominations and how far some are willing to go to protect their world views. Perhaps most importantly, how would such momentous events affect the global religious impasse that has, for the most part, been delicately preserved?
And what if the divine nature of this proof could be legitimately questioned; could its origin be something other than God?
Crisis of Uncertain Divinity is a bold, no-holds-barred look at religion and how it is both bringing us together and tearing us apart. Its novelette length makes it succinct yet extremely thought provoking. You are personally invited to join Dr. Claudia Sanchez as she guides you through a time of uncertainty and attempts to provide the world with hope that what we have in common is more important than the dogmas that divide us.
Here’s What Several Reviewers Had To Say:
This is the first time I have ever felt the need to offer a review on a book. I am not a religious person but have always been interested in the concept of why so many people believe so many different things. This is a very short but thought provoking book. And the lessons it gives are very timely with current world events. I would highly recommend this book to anyone with an open mind. It really makes you think that we as humans can move beyond our differences.
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Because of my religious background, I was a bit skeptical when I was reading the book. I thought that it will contain criticism to all religions. I started to read the first page, and it took me to the second and then to the third, and after that I became curious to know the end of the story.
It is a book that push to think and rethink about many things.
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Crisis is a very well-written and timely story. The exploration of religion and politics is thought provoking and raises important questions.