Philip Radcliffe’s Newly Released “Religion, Reality and Reprehension” is an Enlightening Take on how Faith Shapes the Individual Lives in a World of Scientific Novelty

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“Religion, Reality and Reprehension” from Christian Faith Publishing author Philip Radcliffe is an intellectual narrative discussing the impact of the ever-increasing scientific discovery to theism and the daily lives of the people in particular.

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“Religion, Reality and Reprehension”: a profound analysis of faith amidst innovation brought about by logical and hypothetical thinking. “Religion, Reality and Reprehension” is the creation of published author, Philip Radcliffe, an IT expert who served as a systems engineer, IT manager, sales engineer, director of sales and marketing, chief financial officer, and director of several private and public companies.

Radcliffe shares, “Monotheistic religion begins with the fundamental principal that there is a single God of creation. Millennia of theological enterprise have attempted to define the nature of God and our relationship with him. As a layman, as differentiated from either a clergyman or a scientist, it is presumptuous for me to believe that I can contribute any new perspective on these mysteries of time, space, creation, and faith but I find that this has not deterred others from taking a shot, so I will attempt to define my understanding of Christian faith as I have come to experience it.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Philip Radcliffe’s new book will aid readers in understanding the formation of faith and its effect on daily existence and its universal eventuality.

A second publication to the series of tackling faith in today’s world, “Religion, Reality and Reprehension” is a compelling explanation of the author’s research and revelation of a supreme being governing all that is there in the universe. This is while faith itself is evolving as time progressed.

View a synopsis of “Religion, Reality and Reprehension” on YouTube.

Consumers can purchase “Religion, Reality and Reprehension” at traditional brick & mortar bookstores, or online at, Apple iTunes store, Kobo, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or inquiries about “Religion, Reality and Reprehension”, contact the Christian Faith Publishing media department at 866-554-0919.

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