What our modern world needs most are deeply motivated people who are sophisticated, open-minded global thinkers overflowing with new ideas.
Reading this book will surely help you to become one of them, especially when you do so in an unbiased fashion, with willingness to accept new ideas and novel thoughts on many different subjects and topics.
This is a book for truth seekers. And it is – for the most part – aimed at people who possess a broad-spectrum academic knowledge. In essence, it is an intellectually engaging textbook, which offers a novel approach to Scientific Naturalism. And so, it is not intended for people with limiting religious views or for those who are harbouring various modern-day dogmatic beliefs.
It is a comprehensive and well-researched book, which contains many new theses. That’s why you do not need to just read this book. You need to put the book down for a time and then come back to it again, instead of reading it at once from the beginning to the end. In other words, you need to take your time and digest it slowly…
There are many profound insights covered in its chapters that will make you think. It explores in depth the nature of our existence and investigates the scientific basis of happiness. “The World According To Good Gods” contains many self-explanatory truths, which on the whole supplement the general framework of the new-fangled worldview presented on its pages. Therefore, many references, which support the observations presented in this book, are deliberately omitted – as they are clearly not needed for people with adequate general knowledge.
Reading this book will help you take a step back and look at the big picture. Your life picture.
Are you truly happy?
Is there something important missing in your life?
Do you often ponder what the meaning of your life actually is?
Do you often query whether there is a God?
Do you sincerely think that you have a really good education? In any case, do you know beyond any doubt what a truly good education is?
Do you relate to any of these questions? If yes, then you must read this book.