This book speaks to readers on a number of levels. Some authors make the mistake of using biblical arguments too extensively. When writing for agnostics, it must be remembered that they are not grounded in biblical teachings.
San Bernardino, CA (PRWEB) September 08, 2015
According to the World Almanac, there are over 47 million agnostics in North America. With this staggering number of individuals doubting whether God exists, there are millions whose minds are open to the question.
Once an agnostic himself and now a practicing Catholic, Frank Wilkins knows what it is like to question beliefs and research different faiths to understand the truth. Millions of Americans, just like Wilkins, at one time have asked, “Is there a God?” Because of this, Wilkins decided to write, “Beyond the Comfort Zone,” a book that speaks directly to that question.
“This book speaks to readers on a number of levels. Some authors make the mistake of using biblical arguments too extensively. When writing for agnostics, it must be remembered that they are not grounded in biblical teachings,” Wilkins said.
When reading “Beyond the Comfort Zone,” individuals will understand that the existence of God is provable and that ideologies, and most philosophies, are basically attempts to create belief systems without any reference to God.
“I’ve used logic and facts, as well as historic events, to establish solid proof of God’s working among us. These are focal points that agnostics can relate to,” Wilkins said.
In “Beyond the Comfort Zone,” Wilkins has a raw way of feeding into the tough questions with truth and common sense, which will attract those questioning the world around them. After diving into the book, individuals will be more grounded in their beliefs.
Beyond the Comfort Zone: The War That Never Ends
By: Frank Wilkins
Available in softcover, hardcover, e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibiris
For more information visit: : http://www.beyondthecomfortzone.org
About the author
Frank Wilkins received his Bachelor of Science degree from a state university in California following his service in the U.S. Navy. Once an agnostic himself, Wilkins decided to write “Beyond the Comfort Zone,” a book that speaks to agnostics about God and provides proof of God’s existence. Now residing in the Midwest, Wilkins works in the industrial sector and also continues his research.
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