Atheism/Religion – Atheism’s Dilemma

Atheism's DilemmaAtheism’s Dilemma
By Casimir J. Bonk
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 978-1680283334
ASIN:  B00Y4520FA
Genre: atheism, ideology, religion, spirituality
Formats Available For Review: Print (limited quantities, only available to qualified reviewers/bloggers in the U.S.)

This book is not another argument against atheism. Instead, it is a wake-up call to alert atheists that there is scientific evidence which proves metaphysical reality. The scientific verification of reincarnation reveals the human dual nature of body and soul, because the soul, with mind, memory, and free will, must separate from the dying body to subsequently join another unborn body. There is nothing physical in the migration. This continued spiritual existence reveals that death is not the end of human existence but a gateway to an eternal life. Consequently, atheism’s rebellion against spirituality is doomed to eventual irrelevance as a baseless ideology. With what will atheism replace this meaningless ideology to continue as a viable belief? This is atheism’s dilemma of accepting or rejecting scientific fact.

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