A novel that explores Atheism, for the first time in fiction, through the heroic story of two men who start Ergoism, a modern religion based on science.
What if you had the power to create a new world religion? What tenets and principles would you choose? How would you reconcile modern knowledge with ancient beliefs? Explore these questions through Daniel Breuer, the founder of Ergoism, argue your own premise through the sceptic eyes of Raghu Iyer, and choose your path like Alice Arterton – an inquisitive journalist introduced to this radical concept.
Whether you accept a side in the argument or choose to stay in the middle, at every twist and turn, you will find this book a pleasure to read. Experience an invigorating challenge to set notions through its thrilling plot, bold characters and quick-paced storytelling, blended with cold hard logical reasoning.
A deeply thought-provoking novel, “The God in the Middle” offers the reader an opportunity to undertake a personal journey through the world of belief and faith.
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