Fred Wurlitzer, MD, FACS’s newly released “The Gospel of Fred” is an insightful manuscript that brings answers to Christianity’s unresolved questions

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“The Gospel of Fred: A Book of Religious Doggerel A Suspicious Believer’s Views on Christianity” from Christian Faith Publishing author Fred Wurlitzer, MD, FACS is an illuminating discussion about the multiverse, God thinking in eleven dimensions, an itinerant Jesus, redemption for early hominids, euthanasia, the virgin birth, abortion, the soul, and evolution—all tackled from the perspective of believing in Christ’s presence.

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“The Gospel of Fred: A Book of Religious Doggerel A Suspicious Believer’s Views on Christianity”: a brilliant read across a spectrum of new and old concepts with an accompaniment of evidence that proves the definite value of the Bible today. “The Gospel of Fred: A Book of Religious Doggerel A Suspicious Believer’s Views on Christianity” is the creation of published author Fred Wurlitzer, MD, FACS, a board-certified surgeon. Trained at Stanford, University of Cincinnati and UCLA, he did a fellowship in surgical oncology at MD Anderson Hospital in Texas. At 79 years old, he was baptized by a Catholic priest in late 2017. He now lives most of the time in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, with his wife whom he has known for about 55 years.

Wurlitzer shares, “Dr. Wurlitzer, MD, FACS, has written an unusual book of religious poetry that he calls doggerel. He addresses many hot topics in Christianity today that challenge modern minds.

Arcane and unusual topics such as the multiverse, God thinking in eleven dimensions, an itinerant Jesus, redemption for early Hominids, euthanasia, the virgin birth, abortion, what is the soul, and evolution are discussed from the standpoint of believing in Jesus. Evidence is given for a great flood, destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, and Jonah being swallowed by a big fish. Put on your thinking caps because these doggerels will challenge you to think.

Over the last several decades, secularism has risen in America. About twenty years ago, only 5 percent approximately of the American population stated they did not go to church. Today in America about 5 percent of the population are agnostics, another 5 percent atheists, and about 20 to 25 percent assert they do not go to church.

Although the reasons for increasing secularism in the United States has not been explained well by anyone, a significant cause is the tendency in the modern age to believe in evolution and dismiss Adam and Eve as the first humans and cast aside the unusual topics Dr. Wurlitzer addresses as being unimportant. Thereby they dismiss the Bible and church as being irrelevant.

It is Dr. Wurlitzer’s hope that his book of religious doggerel will bring many doubting Christians back to God and a Christian church, and encourage them to ask questions about unusual topics their pastors may tell them are trivial.”

Published by Christian Faith Publishing, Fred Wurlitzer, MD, FACS’s new book is a wonderful source of doggerels that is meant for all believers and will provoke their thoughts and challenge their minds to think.

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