Doubting Thomas: One Man’s Struggle with Organised Religion and Its Impact on World History
Doubting Thomas: One Man’s Struggle with Organised Religion and Its Impact on World History

Doubting Thomas: One Man’s Struggle with Organised Religion and Its Impact on World History

IHP0751

Paul J. Thomas

Regular price $17.00 Sale

In this eye-opening book, Paul Thomas explores the dark side of organised religion, revealing its often overlooked and unsettling impact on society. He navigates the intricate connections between religion and science, warfare, women, and death, uncovering the troubling ways in which religion has been used to justify and perpetuate harm.

 Paul first delves into the fraught relationship between religion and science, taking aim at religion’s colossal blunders in rejecting evolution and challenging cosmology. He then provides a chilling reminder of the ruthless cruelty and wanton bloodshed committed in the name of religion, including the Christian Crusades, the Muslim Conquests, and the unspeakable terror of 9/11.

 Next, Paul exposes the ways in which organised religion has subjugated and mistreated women, slicing through religious hypocrisy to reveal a shameful history of male dominance on an epic scale. Finally, he examines the role of organised religion in shaping how we think about death, including addressing the existential question: Is there life beyond the grave?

 Persuasive in argument and wide in sweep, Doubting Thomas may not nourish your soul, but it will certainly give you food for thought. Believers and non-believers alike will have much to digest and reflect upon from this eclectic collection of events that have helped shaped world history.



Product details 

Format: Perfect Bound / Paperback
Dimensions: US Trade (152mm x 228mm)
Pages: 218 pgs

x