“My God Is Bigger Than Your God”
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"Why Men Kill Their Fellow Man In The Name Of God
by Tom Martiniano
No book is more relevant than this book is, at this point in our history. The subtitle pretty much describes what this book is about. Not only does it chronicle the history of murdering human beings in the name of God, but it addresses and uncovers the hidden and sinister deceptions that are at the root of this madness.
As a recent example: Seven terrorist walk into an Afghan school, murder 136 children and gleefully shout, “Allah Akbar” (God is great!). Did God really tell them to do this thing? Why did they do it?
Murder in the name of God is not a new problem here on Earth. In fact it’s been going on for more than 1,000 years and possibly much longer.
What is new is that this complex and toxic subject is finally confronted. And with some “divine” help, the actual causes behind murder, rape and plunder in the name of God is, at long last, revealed.
No one has delved as deeply into the subject of religious turmoil. Now we present the complete picture.
Why write this book? Because, religion is in peril right now. Religion needs to be at the front of society; guiding it, leading it, or we may never have a chance. And we might have one if we apply what is learned in these pages.