Reason is to religion what a stake to the heart is to a vampire.
New York, NY (PRWEB) January 13, 2015
McQuicker & Company announced the publication of Kickin’ Santa - Atheists and the matter of Fact by Joseph Orbi.
The book, according to the author, is "...a weapon against superstition and the fraud of religions worldwide. It is also an urgent warning to parents to safeguard their children's sense of critical appreciation and judgment, so they don't fall victims to smooth-talking demagogues."
Concise, irreverently funny and focused, Kickin' Santa - Atheists and the matter of Fact confronts the religious establishment in the West with a challenge that is included in the book: Show the world historical proof (outside the books of the Gospels) that the biblical Jesus existed at any time in history, and claim a reward worth hundreds of thousands of dollars offered by the Author himself.
"The book survival guide against religious extremism," adds Mr. Orbi. "Kickin' Santa - Atheists and the matter of Fact is a hole-puncher that refutes every religious argument, fallacy and contradiction explained with: 'It says so in the bible.'"
Based on careful research Kickin' Santa - Atheists and the matter of Fact explains the impossibility of Jesus Christ, now or ever, and reveals how – and most importantly why – the character came to be. In addition, the book spells out in detail how, in this 21st century, the bible is still used to justify some of the cruelest tragedies of modern times. "All for the sake of furthering an irreligious religious agenda," said Mr. Orbi.
Kickin' Santa - Atheists and the matter of Fact is Joseph Orbi’s fourth book in as many years. Previous works include the international novel of intrigue and suspense the Lives of Felix V, the satirical novel Cosa Nostra , and the historical novel Cenacolo.
Currently Joseph Orbi is working on A Lady of Influence, a political thriller set in present day Washington, D.C.
Kickin' Santa - Atheists and the matter of Fact by Joseph Orbi is available at bookstores everywhere, and online in both, regular hard-copy and e-book formats. For more information, please contact Sebastian Black at (213) 533-0774 or at sblack(at)kickinsanta(dot)com