Peace Without God


Non-Fiction - Religion/Philosophy
31 Pages
Reviewed on 07/06/2019
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Peace Without God by Dale Netherton is an insightful book for all those readers who seek peace and believe that it cannot be achieved by just having faith in God. It explains to readers how peace can be achieved without believing in any God. The book has answers to many questions readers haven't yet found. Many people question the existence of God and many believe that he is real because they have been told repeatedly that he is real. The author looks at positive thoughts and beliefs and compares these with the negative thoughts and beliefs that exist. The author speaks about God, fear, intimidation, faith, peace, imagination, inquiry, truth, life, and death in this book, thereby giving readers a good understanding of these subjects.

Very often readers come across people who have many questions relating to the existence of God, evolution, how to find peace and more. The book is useful in helping readers discover what might be standing in their way when it comes to true happiness and achieving peace. The author handles a relevant topic in a very neat and simple way, making it easy for readers to understand. Each topic has been handled in a way that is engaging to read and does not sound boring and preachy. Achieving peace and God are not necessarily connected. It is a good book for all those readers seeking peace and will give them clarity on the direction they want to find in their life.