Out With Outdated: New Book Analyzes “Old” Religion

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"Evaluating Outdated Beliefs" by Lloyd E. McIlveen provides insight into modern-day unrest.

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We’d all be better off if progressive spiritual beliefs become majority opinion.

How can we move forward if we’re stuck in the past?

In his new book “Evaluating Outdated Beliefs,” author Lloyd E. McIlveen questions the validity of conventional religion to usher forth a new era of spirituality inclusive to everyone.

“Religious activity is one of the key factors of why people throughout the world have gotten into trouble with each other,” McIlveen said. “We’d all be better off if progressive spiritual beliefs become majority opinion.”

Through historical analysis, the book exposes what the author believes to be implausible religious beliefs and religious exploitation throughout time.

Advocating for spiritual reform, McIlveen shows a spiritual transformation focused on consciousness, openness and inclusion is inevitable and already occurring.

McIlveen said his purpose is to inform rather than invent a new system of spiritual beliefs. He also hopes to help people raise their standards for religion.

“Evaluating Outdated Beliefs” offers new ideas on spirituality and forward-thinking concepts for readers.

“Evaluating Outdated Beliefs”
By: Lloyd E. McIlveen
ISBN: 978-1-4669-9395-2
Hardcover retail price: $27.48
Softcover retail price: $17.48
E-book retail price: $3.99
Available online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author

Lloyd E. McIlveen is a lover of the mind who finds his talents in psychology, philosophy and political science.

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