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The God Hater e-book

Author:

Bill Myers

Language:

English

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Bibles

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Literature & Fiction

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1328 kb

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Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

christianaudio Fiction; Unabridged edition (October 1, 2010)

ISBN:

1596449284

The God Hater e-book

by Bill Myers


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The Godfather is a crime novel written by Mario Puzo, originally published in 1969 by G. Putnam's Sons

The Godfather is a crime novel written by Mario Puzo, originally published in 1969 by G. Putnam's Sons. It details the story of a fictitious Sicilian Mafia family based in New York City and headed by Don Vito Corleone, who became synonymous with the Italian Mafia. The novel covers the years 1945 to 1955, and also provides the back story of Vito Corleone from early childhood to adulthood.

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A cranky, atheistic philosophy professor loves to shred the faith of incoming freshmen. He is chosen by a group of scientists to create a philosophy for a computer-generated world exactly like ours. Much to his frustration every model he introduces—from Darwinism, to Existentialism, to Relativism, to Buddhism—fails. The only way to preserve the computer world is to introduce laws from outside their system through a Law Giver. Of course this goes against everything he's ever believed, and he hates it. But even that doesn't completely work because the citizens of that world become legalists and completely miss the spirit behind the Law. The only way to save them is to create a computer character like himself to personally live and explain it. He does. So now there are two of him—the one in our world and the one in the computer world. Unfortunately a rival has introduced a virus into the computer world. Things grow worse until our computer-world professor sees the only way to save his world is to personally absorb the virus and the penalty for breaking the Law. Of course, it's clear to all, including our real-world professor, that this act of selfless love has become a reenactment of the Gospel. It is the only possible choice to save their computer world and, as he finally understands, our own.
Madis
I think it is interesting that Bill uses fiction (as stated on the cover) to justify his beliefs. Each person is entitled to their beliefs as long as they do not cross the line and try to teach young children that faith is fact. That is the most immoral thing a human can do. Stick to facts if you are trying to justify your beliefs.
Welen
The God Hater has been one of the strangest book I have ever read. That said.....I liked it.

Video games are a common place, there are millions of people who play them daily. What if you could create an alternative community, a place where you could study human social interaction and know how people will act in certain situations. The characters in this program can think and feel like humans do. This would be huge in the area of consumerism. A program could tell you how people would react to a new product or study human interaction in certain situations. There is just one problem, how would these "free will" thinking characters exist in this online community. What "world view" would they chose to live by? How long would they last without help from their "creator"?

Dr. Nicholas Mackenzie is a cranky professor who loves to shred the faith of incoming students. He lives to debate anyone who believes in God. It does not matter if they are Muslim, Buddhist or Christian he hated religion period. He was selected by a group of scientists to create a philosophy for this computer generated alternative community. Much to the frustration of the scientists every model they chose--Darwinism, to Existentialism, to Buddhism--failed. The only way, Dr. Nicholas Mackenzie figured the community could be saved was introducing laws from outside their system through a "Law Giver."

Going against everything he ever taught, the professor realizes the only way to save the computer generated society was to create a character like himself and personally explain the rules that will help govern their society. So now there are two of him, one in real life and one in the generated community. Unfortunately there was a crooked scientist who released a virus into this virtual community and the professor realizes the only way to save their world was to sacrifice himself. Through this sacrifice he finally understands our own life here on earth.

Like I said at the beginning this is a strange book. But this would be a great book to give to non-Christians or a book to debate with an atheist. Myers does a great job in explaining exactly what God did for us and his sacrifice on the cross. The God Hater is a book that is one of kind, but it will grab your heart and leave you thinking about it long after the last page is turned. I highly recommend this book.
Samut
Haven't you always wondered what it would be like to play God? Author Bill Myers' exceptional "The God Hater" allows readers to ponder that most enthralling question. God's role in our lives is not as cut and dried as first appears.

Philosophy professor Nicholas McKenzie is not well-liked. His prickly personality, abhorence of technology, and uncanny ability to bambuzzle even the most educated of religious people, (Christians, Jews, and Muslims alike), puts him at odds with nearly everyone. He lives with his golden retriever, Ari, and his only friend, ironically, is Annie, a devout Christian and fellow professor of biology . Nicholas' life takes a most unexpected turn when his computer hacker brother, Travis, enlists his help with a computer program. A corporation has created a world very similar to our own. However, all the models that have been attempted, evolution, exostentialism, and so forth result in the same problem. The computer world inhabitants are dying. Nicholas, because of his knowledge of philosophy, cannot pass up the chance to help with the program. His decision will put to the test everything he professes to know as he comes closer and closer to the inevitable conclusion. When a rival corporation introduces a virus into the program, Nicholas must make a momentous decision.

This novel draws you in from the very beginning. The plot addresses some very heavy issues. However, the issues are handled in a comprehensive and very entertaining fashion. As we journey with Nicholas, we also grow to admire the computer characters, particularly Alpha 11, who struggles to adapt to every model that is introduced into the program. We, as readers, come to understand the divine dilemma of the Creator, and are reminded, with a jolting shock, of the love of a God who, although we reject Him,never rejects us.

One of the best features of this book is the fact that the characters are not cliched. Although Nicholas starts out as an atheist, the reader is not introduced to a stereotypical mean-spirited person. Quite the contrary. Nicholas is endearing, and the reader, though exasperated by him at times, grows to love him. The other characters are equally multi-layered.

Bill Myers reads the audio version of this book with vibrancy and passion. Usually, authors renditions of their works are very poor, but Myers is definitely an exception. Please give this wonderful book a chance. God bless you all.

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