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Does God exist? Man has not been able to give a credible answer to that question despite advances in knowledge. As a result, the world remains confused about religion, and whether to believe claims made by “sacred” books like the Bible and the Quran. Is it true that unbelievers would end up in Hell? Did God give Moses the Ten Commandments and the other 600 laws of the Old Testament? Did God reveal the Quran to Prophet Muhammad? To answer these and other questions, In Search of Evidence looks at passages taken from various Scriptures. It contends that while we may not be able to conclusively determine whether God exists or not, there is enough evidence to determine whether the contents of the “sacred” books of the world’s religions were revealed by an omniscient being [God]. Religion does not need to be taken on faith. This book provides a framework for meaningful and objective, rather than a faith-based search for the truth.

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    Registered Nurse

    This book opens up a thorough discussion that has been privately conducted for hundreds of years. As our global society has grown and evolved it is simply logical to examine the static and antiquated content of the various holy books and ask questions to better understand what is truly represented in their pages. In his approachable and conversational style, the author leads a discussion with chapter and verse, primarily from the Bible, but includes many examples from most of the great religions' texts. Amurawaiye effectively demonstrates that much of the content, if scrutinized through the lenses of current knowledge in science, history and medicine, simply cannot originate from an omniscient source as all religions claim their holy book does. I find my faith renewed after reading his words and encourage all to read it although I will offer one caveat: if you lack faith and only have religion you may not be ready to proceed.


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