Adebowale Ojowuro, a South African of Nigerian descent, is a freethought activist, Atheist, writer, and philosopher who has authored two Freethought related books -- The Crisis of Religion, and his newly released title, Echoes of Common Sense. A very inquisitive person from childhood, Ojowuro has been on self-exile in the Republic of South Africa since year 2001, where he constantly articulates critical voice of dissent against unproductive emptiness of faith that breeds very awkward delusions of terrible nature for the entire black race to be contented with not understanding the world they live in under the repressive control of organized religions. The author succinctly sums up his impression of the two literary works he has in print as follows: "I very much categorize 'The Crisis of Religion' and 'Echoes of Common Sense' as realistic expositions founded on moral science. To me they symbolize the algebra and mathematics of ethical laws, genuinely conceived in liberty of rational thoughts. The two books are critical philosophies on ethics and morals -- the discipline of ideal human character that should, at all times, dwell in a safe custody in any admirable human society."
The second book by the author of THE CRISIS OF RELIGION continuing his work by enlightening people of the proven long-lasting damage done by religion. Adebowale Ojowuro writes with much knowledge of this subject; you will not be disappointed by the purchase of both books.
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