Directed at agnostics and those struggling with the inconsistencies in Christianity in particular, and religion in general, an author struggles to find her own Personal Cosmology by examining and sharing her beliefs and discoveries about God, the Bible and Christianity.
As I pointed out in the front matter of this book (or bookS, depending on whether you read separate volumes or the digital compilation), this is not for everyone. It is not a book meant to ENTERTAIN a reader, though I do hope there are plenty of entertaining passages, as I did try to employ my sense of humor as frequently as possible. That sort of entertainment factor is reserved for my fiction endeavors, and some of my humorous essays. What it is, is a book about my journey into what I do and do not believe, and how I got there. It required great study and detailed explanations and sometimes long quotes in order to understand how I arrived at the conclusions I did, because in order to understand my conclusions, you had to see how I dissected everything and looked at it in great detail. Yes it's academic. Yes it can be considered tedious to those who don't enjoy cerebral exercise. If you require something less didactic, I would encourage you to read my fiction instead. But this was a project I had to complete, for myself, mostly, and ultimately it's meant as a way to share information that most people don't have the passion or time to compile and examine. I did all the work, so the reader won't have to spend 10 to 20 years doing it themselves. And I'm unabashedly giving myself five stars on this one, as self-serving as that is, because it took three years to write and it was hard damn work.
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