Rockingham Beach, Western Australia (PRWEB) November 09, 2012
Author Gary Wheatley offers wisdom and enlightenment to readers in his book, The Truth About Gods. This book is a product of his relentless quest for truth about God, hoping to shed light on the never-ending issue whether God really exists or is just a figment of the human imagination.
God’s existence has always been a serious topic of discussion among people all over the world. The majority of the world’s population believes there is a God. Some people believe in many gods while others believe in only one God. There are also a growing number of people who believe God does not exist or is just an imagined being. What is the truth? Who is right? The Truth About Gods explores this thought-provoking subject and uncovers the truth to guide the readers to the right spiritual path. It delves into significant topics to give explanation on this issue that has confused both believers and non-believers.
Filled with wisdom and spiritual truths, and aimed at encouraging modern educational system to teach children of the presence of God or gods and educate those who preach that God does or does not exist—to avoid misleading children around the world—this book is a life-changing instrument that will take readers on a journey through spiritual awakening.
The author believes he has combined honesty and logic with a great deal of research to reveal ‘The Truth About Gods’.
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About the Author
Gary Wheatley is a down-to-earth Australian who was a boarder at a private Methodist college for five years. He was a member of the church choir. He encouraged the readers to educate themselves on the various religions, to seek the truth so that they would be able to make a more educated and unbiased decision on which religion, if any, they would like to follow.
The Truth About Gods * by Gary Wheatley
Publication Date: October 31, 2012
Picture Book; AU$ 39.99; 52 pages; 978-1-4797-2686-8
Picture Book Hardcover; AU$ 59.99; 52 pages; 978-1-4797-2687-5
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