After 20 years of discovery and growth, author Hassan Bfly has released Theology for the New Millennium: The Introduction of Intellectual Righteousness. In this breakout work, Bfly reflects on the philosophy of Intellectual Righteousness and questions personified versions of God using the concept of a creator. For example, Bfly uses the field of mathematics and compares the role zero plays within it to the concept of God.
Bfly first explored his theories of religion and morality after being arrested for crimes in his younger days. As part of his personal transformation, Bfly began to apply deductive reasoning to theology. He turned to the Bible, Quran, and Bhagavad Gita. “My belief is that everything, including the universe, must have an origin”, said Bfly.
In Theology for the New Millennium, Bfly seeks to show that neither atheism nor faith is perfect – they both have flaws . He believes that the atheistic assertion that “seeing is believing” and religion’s emphasis on faith above all are both guilty of the same logical fallacies. Instead, Bfly’s method of Intellectual Righteousness relies on common sense and math to prove that God is real.
Reviewers describe Theology for the New Millennium as a “perfect read.” Readers from any religious background will identify with Bfly’s simple language and his devotion to understanding the complexities of God in a logical way. Grounded in Bfly’s study of the Bible, Quran, and Bhagavad Gita, Theology for the New Millennium presents a fresh and well-researched philosophical challenge.
About the author:
Hassan Bfly is an author and self-taught, non-prophetic messenger of God. Visit him on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube. Additional information is available on his website, ZeroTheMathGod.com.
About the book:
Theology for the New Millennium: The Introduction of Intellectual Righteousness is available for purchase at Amazon.com in both Kindle and paperback versions. The audiobook and audio ebook is available for purchase at ZeroTheMathGod.com
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