New Book Asks, DO HUMANS NEED GOD?
Is god real or merely primitive fiction? Is man's dependency on the divine necessary or is it a futile form of submission to life's ambiguity? In an intriguing nonfiction, author E. Asamoah-Yaw exposes evidence that refutes the universal-single-god idea. One hundred and twenty chapters from the Holy Scripture portray the multiple sins and evil deeds of god and the known noblemen of the Bible.
"BIG QUESTION: Do Humans Need God?" (published by Xlibris UK) calls into question the biblical definition of god as a source of ultimate power in life. It points out the misdeeds of the god of Israel-the god of Adam, Abraham, Noah, David, and Christ's generation-as well as the misdeeds of Paul and several others, whose sinful behavior is described in the spiritual doctrine followed by millions of believers worldwide. The author asserts that, instead of depending on spirits and primitive superstitions, humans should focus on predictable and verifiable ideas.
"My book presents extreme caution to people when reading any book containing spiritual ideas," Yaw says. "This book emphasizes a natural need for all humans to seek quality knowledge and maintain a dream, with passion to succeed. Reliance on spiritual miracles is hopeless and counter-productive."
Through his provocative demystification of the scripture and bold analysis of relative spiritual ideas, Yaw hopes to accelerate the diminishing trend of ineffectual beliefs and promote faster understanding of the planet, for the wealth and progress of the future generations.