“Another View” tells of a young Dutch boy as he becomes aware of an invisible friend who helps him explore religion and its background.
Sudbury, Ontario (PRWEB) March 17, 2014
As much as we would all like to feign innocence when it comes to judging any religious text that is not the one we primarily believe, it is all too common and understandably difficult to take off our blinders as a people incredibly set in our ways.
Open-minded Christians and anyone with a belief in scripture will be intrigued by a more recent work published in 1955 meant to supplement the Bible’s teachings in more depth.
According to the Urantia Foundation, the said work “builds upon the religious heritages of the past and present, encouraging a personal, living religious faith.”
Member of The Urantia Book Fellowship and seasoned author Nicholas P. Snoek just released his fourth book on this topic in the hopes to explain this second work of scripture in a more user-friendly way.
“Another View” tells of a young Dutch boy as he becomes aware of an invisible friend who helps him explore religion and its background. The fictional setting provides a narrative structure to discuss this complex philosophical and theological concept.
By Nicholas P. Snoek
Available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Xlibris online bookstores
About the Author
Nicholas P. Snoek emigrated from the Netherlands to British Columbia, Canada in the early 1950s. He later earned his teaching certificate and B.A. with honors in English at the University of British Columbia. Snoek then taught English and philosophy at the same institution. He currently resides in Elliot Lake, Ontario with his wife, Barbara.