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Although the vast majority of human beings have always believed in the universe having a creator, concepts of God vary greatly among them today. For many people, important questions remain unresolved, such as: Are religions divine in origin or man-made? Can God really do "all things" like some scriptures claim? Could he create a rock too heavy for him to lift? Who created the Creator, and did God become man?

In this audiobook, Jamaican-born scholar Dr. Bilal Philips uses the light of reason to examine and challenge popular concepts of God in major world religions, including Christianity, Islam, and Hinduism. 

©2007 Bilal Philips (P)2019 Islamic Audiobooks Central

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Excellent Primer on Comparative Religion

I'd consider this a solid primer on comparative religion that explains, in an interesting and easy-to-follow fashion, the most fundamental differences between the major world faiths.

The author, a former Christian who holds a PhD in Theology from the University of Wales, does not hesitate to take on the claims of theists and atheists alike regarding God, measuring them against common sense and reason. He even criticises beliefs of some of his own religion's adherents showing that they are not so different from those they give the impression of opposing!

Besides the main question, did God become man?, the book also answers other important questions like: Are religions divinely revealed or a construct of human beings? Can God do absolutely all things like it says in many scriptures? Especially worth noting is Dr. Bilal Philip's extraordinarily well-informed responses to those notorious questions so often asked by Atheists: Could God create a rock too heavy for Him to lift? And who created the Creator anyway? Belief systems discussed include Atheism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Mysticism.

I thoroughly enjoyed this thought provoking audiobook thanks to the golden-voiced narrator's amazing performance. The only issue I have is that I wish Audible/Amazon would get more audiobooks narrated by Wes Malik as he definitely seems to have a great taste in selecting books to produce.

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Excellent Primer on Comparative Religion

I'd consider this a solid primer on comparative religion that explains, in an interesting and easy-to-follow fashion, the most fundamental differences between the major world faiths.

The author, a former Christian who holds a PhD in Theology from the University of Wales, does not hesitate to take on the claims of theists and atheists alike regarding God, measuring them against common sense and reason. He even criticises beliefs of some of his own religion's adherents showing that they are not so different from those they give the impression of opposing!

Besides the main question, did God become man?, the book also answers other important questions like: Are religions divinely revealed or a construct of human beings? Can God do absolutely all things like it says in many scriptures? Especially worth noting is Dr. Bilal Philip's extraordinarily well-informed responses to those notorious questions so often asked by Atheists: Could God create a rock too heavy for Him to lift? And who created the Creator anyway? Belief systems discussed include Atheism, Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism and Mysticism.

I thoroughly enjoyed this thought provoking audiobook thanks to the golden-voiced narrator's amazing performance. The only issue I have is that I wish Audible/Amazon would get more audiobooks narrated by Wes Malik as he definitely seems to have great taste in selecting books to produce.

Enough said. Listen for yourself...