TORONTO (PRWEB) August 29, 2015
“It is time for atheists to have their own heaven. It is time for atheists to have their own Bible.” Mohammed Musa proclaims as he provides a radical new and alternative perspective on the celebrity “Abraham Father of Atheism” (published by Xlibris), framing him as a social radical who sought to upend the status quo. With this take on the evolution of religion, he gives atheists a different approach towards contemporary Muslims, Christians and Jews that goes beyond saying “there is no god.”
According to Musa, Abraham was a troublemaker, a very weird man who none of his friends could understand, a man who dared to tell his clergymen to “take your stuff out of my face… I do not like this.” Musa advises atheists to emulate this angle so that their stance will be divorced from – and independent of – religious people’s views on god, capable of standing by itself rather than depending on the refutation of others’ ideological frameworks. With this, Musa transcends religious anxieties or antagonisms and even provides for uncertain freethinkers who worry that they are wrong, offering a way out in case there really is a creator, all through the use of critical thinking.
“Mankind never knew a god who commended a human with a critical thinking mind, other than the god we read about in the Quran, the Bible, and the Torah. That fact should mean much for you as an atheist. It should give you a hint that you use your critical mind in the wrong way. None of the contemporary clergymen who occupy today’s churches, mosques, and synagogues are wise or mature enough to realize why Abraham must be brought to life again. I believe they are not brave enough to face the ‘I-do-not-like-this’ atheist, much like their predecessors. The way in which contemporary clergymen introduce Abraham to laypeople is disgraceful. There is no excuse for their actions; they are trying to keep laypeople in their demented line.” Musa says.
By synthesizing Abraham – the link between the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic faiths – with atheism, he provides skeptics with a revolutionary way of perceiving the matter, one different from conventional approaches of atheism.
“Abraham Father of Atheism”
By Mohammed Musa
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 346 pages | ISBN 9781499043679
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 346 pages | ISBN 9781499043686
E-Book | 346 pages | ISBN 9781499043662
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About the Author
Mohammed Musa is an expert in social maturation stations as well as “no problem” believers’ affairs, including their stories of failure. He has just finished a 15 year journey studying, in depth, the mentalities of contemporary believers, agnostics and militant atheists. He sends a very important and useful message to atheists worldwide.
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