Everyone seeks the truth. But how can we find it?

Who is right?

If you're searching for answers, who do you look to? Do you look to religion?

If so, which one? And is the teacher with the most impressive degree the one whom you should trust? Even among each religion, there is much debate about which view is correct.

You are responsible

Despite all the misinformation out there, virtually every religion makes it clear that if you do not figure out the correct answers, then you are going to hell forever.

Of course, each religion also has a very different idea of what the correct answers are.

No more nonsense

Few are willing to―or capable of―addressing the obvious problems that plague religion with honest, objective reasoning. Worse, many attempts to explore these questions break down into philosophical navel-gazing, and fail to arrive at any conclusions. Most religious answers are couched in careful language―canned answers that seem crafted to sidestep the question.

Looking for logical answers?

This is the book you've been waiting for.

It is called Believable, and it will change the way you think about religion, no matter what you currently believe. Guaranteed.

Believable is extremely easy to read. Each chapter is engaging and interesting, yet full of profound insight. It starts from scratch, and assumes you are new to each subject it covers, so no prior knowledge is needed. All conclusions are based only on observable facts.

Most importantly, it just makes sense.

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Just the facts

Believable does not simply make assertions. It presents the factual basis for its positions so you can research the evidence and draw your own conclusions. It was designed to intrigue, challenge, and provoke you―and give you answers that are logical. As the back cover states,

You may currently consider yourself atheist, agnostic, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Buddhist—it doesn’t really matter. You are a person in search of the truth. But it is unlikely that you were presented with the information contained in this book before you selected your worldview.

If you had, then you would already have reasonable answers to questions like these:

  • Is there a supreme being?
  • If so, why does it allow us to endure so much pain?
  • How can we prove that virtually all religions are wrong?
  • What is evil, and why does it exist?
  • Why do bad things happen to good people?
  • What happens after we die?
  • If we are really at risk of endless torment, why isn't a warning written in the skies for all to see?

This changes everything

Regardless of where you stand now, Believable is the bold, honest, and refreshing look at organized religion you must take.