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Morality Is The Problem

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Why would God create the Devil in the first place?
In this book you might just find the answer to this and many other questions.

The title of this book is no play on words; Morality IS the problem with the world, and not the solution to its ills. In this book on moral philosophy the reader will travel to the very heart of our ethical judgments and consider the logical struct
ebook, Smashwords Edition, 250 pages
Published December 15th 2013 by Smashwords Edition (first published December 6th 2013)
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Lee Harmon
Mar 11, 2014 Lee Harmon rated it it was amazing
We have the Moral Argument all wrong. Universal morality isn’t evidence of God’s existence, it’s the reason we need God. Human morality is flawed from its foundation, a fiend from whom we need salvation.

Yaniak’s new book is philosophy made interesting, from a Christian perspective. Besides presenting an unusual take on the dilemma of the origins of human morality, he has a style of writing that draws you in and keeps you interested. I thoroughly enjoyed it, though I confess occasional bewilderme
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I honestly don't tend to think of myself as a writer. There are things I need to say, however, and stories that I want to tell. And so I write, and I try to make no pretenses.
For Christmas one year my parents bought me a Lord of the Rings computer game. I started playing it and was so inspired by the story that I put the game aside and did not touch it again until I had read The Hobbit and The Lor
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