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Where Is God?: Man Shall Not See Me and Live (Exodus 33:20)

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The monotheist God evolved in the Jewish tradition and was adopted by Christianity, Islam, and Mormonism in turn: unknowable and ineffable. Religious writers have told us for thousands of years that this God is beyond all human comprehension. How can we know if a God is out there? Even if such a God exists, scripture claims that it means death even to look upon him. How, t ...more
Paperback, 108 pages
Published February 17th 2011 by iUniverse.com
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J.ruzhyo
May 30, 2012 rated it it was ok
This book is more of a research project instead of an interesting read. Most of the information is old and is hashed out in a constant barrage of quotes and citations. An extended religious rant is all that it attains to be and accomplishes exactly that. I will stick to Reddit and get my religious dialog in slightly smaller doses.
Misti
Jun 05, 2012 rated it liked it
Shelves: not-fluff
It contained a lot of valid, useful counter-apologetic arguments yet somehow managed to be the best sleep aid I've ever read. Seldom have I seen such a combination of attributes in a single book. I liked it, but it put me to sleep.
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