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- Publication Date: December 29, 2013
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Religion itself is something I struggle with because of so much of the negativity attached to it, but sometimes I check myself because even among atheists and those of different beliefs, negativity too, thrives there.
The journey Corwin takes in his afterlife as an atheist is one that enlightens readers. Not only do you get well thought out arguements against religion and God, but you get incredibly insightful counter arguements that make Corwin and the reader rethink their adverse nature against God. Honestly, if you're not a believer after this, I would be shocked.
This book does not shove God or Religion down your throat. I know this feeling all too well, and it is not at all what I felt while reading this incredible well written piece of literature. I feel so blessed to have come across this book, even though it took me months to read. There are points where it drags. The side adventures also distracted me and as a result I kept picking up and putting the book away. But by the end I saw the releavance of these events in regards to creating a new awareness within Corwin.
This book was bittersweet at first, but as it progressed, I saw the beauty in it. I recommend this to all and I hope you see the genius, strength and beauty behind it.
To me there's some flaws in the plot. For instance the atheist is at a "checkpoint" to heaven, but still doesn't believe. Which gets played off in the beginning as he thinks he's imagining all of this, but after a short bit this just kind stops and the conversation continues. He doesn't really fight that he believes all of this to be in his head after that.
It is well written though, and it's interesting.
Amodeo provides a good up-to-date picture of the modern atheist's stubborn refusal to look at the evidence for the Lordship of Jesus Christ.