Reason Over Faith – Now Available!

Reason Over Faith – Now Available! May 12, 2015

I’m happy to announce the release of my third book, Reason over Faith: Antitheism & the Case against ReligionIn this book, I address the key issues I have with organized religion as well as faith itself. I do so by examining the negative roles religion and faith play in the lives of children, women, and those within the LGBTQI community. I explain why religion and science butt heads so often, disrupting the teaching of evolution, the denial of climate change, and the devastating consequences of faith healing and prayer. I also present specific cases against Christianity and Islam, answering questions like, “Is Christianity good for the world?” and “Does Islam inherently breed violent adherents?” We’re better off without religion, faith, and superstition; all of which I argue against. The synopsis goes as such:

Many contend religion is, in its entirety, tolerant and stands as a force for good. Millions of human beings worship a god and follow the doctrine of their chosen faith, never considering how harmful their beliefs may be. In Reason over Faith: Antitheism and the Case against Religion, J. D. Brucker takes a stand against all that is considered holy, giving the reader an introduction to how the top three monotheistic religions and faith have failed the human race in a miserable way.

Final Cover

The book is now available on Amazon for Kindle users. The paperback and other eBook formats are soon to come!

View Book Here

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