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Ex Christians, Up for some light reading? I've written a book and would love your feedback.

Please let me know what you think and how I may improve before sending to a wider audience.

The title of the book is Where is the Evidence?  A skeptics reply to Near-Death Experiences As Evidence for the Existence of God and Heaven by J. Steve Miller

Here is a link to the file in my dropbox:https://www.dropbox.com/s/crazdql0g6tlkzv/Where%20is%20the%20evidence.pdf

Thanks!! 


Jeff Ciaccio, BSChE, MS, MSACS

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Jeffcia, welcome to Ex-c!

 

....and thanks for this free-ebook. I'll read it over and get back to you on it! I noticed you have been a sceptic for a long time. This could be interesting!

 

Why not tell us a little of your journey? How did you get to this point?

 

Again, Welcome!

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I'll try reading it and getting back to you.  It really is free and didn't link me to any weird sites, so thank you! There's actually a discussion currently going on about NDEs on another thread on this site.  http://www.ex-christian.net/topic/57790-23-minutes-in-hell/

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I was quite active here about a decade ago but found myself spending way too much time tying to convince others thru reason and logic.

 

I lost my faith after somebody came my door with" proof" of god. I'll write more on the journey later.

 

I would love feedback because i hope it will help sway those on the fence, and i thought those here my appreciate that. It is not for a profit.

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Since you asked, I was a Christian until about age 35, when a lady came to my door and asked if she could prove the existence of God.  Of course I invited her in and listened, but the skeptic in me came out when she said prove.  She mentioned Pascal's wager and several other fallacies that I did not know by name at the time, so I decided to do some reading.  I picked up George H Smith's Atheism, The Book Your Church Does Not Want You to Read, several others, and then Dan Barker's, Losing Faith in Faith put the nail in the coffin.  I have challenged those around around me for the last decade but still have to bite my tongue because I live in Georgia and some of my clients are students in Christian academies.  I'm quite certain that I would not be invited back if they knew that I was not a Christian, so I keep quite when working.  

I was quite active here many years ago, and it even remembered my log in, so I don't know why it shows me as a new user.  New board software maybe??

Anyway, it's good to be back.  This board really helped me as I was getting over the fear of hell and learning to deal with people who could not apply reason.

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