If there is a God who created logical beings, he must also be a God of logic, and therefore his approach to the problems of the world must also be practical and logical in nature.
RIVERSIDE, Calif. (PRWEB) May 27, 2015
Educator and businessman, Frédéric Zürcher, has spent the past 30 years studying theology, combing through the Bible and researching various religions because something just didn’t sit right with him about the premise of Christianity.
“I have always been disturbed by the idea that a loving God would require the death of his son to make forgiveness possible,” Zürcher said. “No father would require blood from an innocent child to pay for his other children’s mistakes.”
In Zürcher’s new book, “Idolatry of Blood: Religion for a Post-Modern World,” he presents his findings and solutions to bring religion back to its logical roots. He hopes to encourage readers to reconsider all traditional views they have of religion and adopt a more logical approach.
“The religions of our world are founded on mystical beliefs and related expectations than practical and logical approaches to improve society,” Zürcher said. “If there is a God who created logical beings, he must also be a God of logic, and therefore his approach to the problems of the world must also be practical and logical in nature.”
Zürcher argues that if a religion does not help a person become more loving, it should not be called a religion. “Idolatry of Blood” goes into more detail about why and how religions have seemingly failed to produce greater love in the human heart only because the message of God has been corrupted.
“The key to solving the problem of evil is greater love,” Zürcher said. “Jesus did not come to change anything; he came to reiterate, once again, at the price of the cross, that the way to greater love had already been revealed.”
For more information, visit http://www.fredericzurcher.wordpress.com.
Idolatry of Blood: Religion for a Post-Modern World
By: Frédéric Zürcher
ISBN: 978-1-49075-380-5 (softcover)
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Trafford Publishing online bookstores
About the author
Frédéric Zürcher, a duel American and Swiss citizen, started his career as an elementary school teacher in New York before teaching on the high school level and later at a university in France. The award of several US and international patents brought him back to the United States, where he has been involved in product developments, marketing, operations and general management. He is also CEO of several US and Far East based companies. His long-term interest in education, psychology and theology has motivated the writing of “Idolatry of Blood,” his first published book.
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