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What’s the Big Idea?

What’s the Big Idea?

A Comedian Explains God, the Universe and Other Minor Stuff

What's the Big Idea? is a smart aleck's commentary on the intersection between faith and science told through the lens of the author's own personal journey of belief.

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What’s the Big Idea is a smart aleck’s commentary on the intersection between faith and science told through the lens of the author’s own personal journey of belief. It uses both humor and heart to lay out overwhelming evidence for the existence of an Intelligent Designer.

This book is aimed at our current short attention span society that is fluent in both cynicism and sarcasm. People who appreciate The Onion and The Babylon Bee will enjoy the satirical approach the author uses when he dissects both science and religion. Readers of The Case for Christ will be drawn to the well-researched information explaining why Christianity is a faith founded on reason and intellect while Christian parents of teens and millennials will appreciate a book they can share with their children that proves theirs is not a mindless faith.

Throughout the book, the reader will be stunned by the awe-inspiring amount of precise fine tuning our world and universe demand as well as be amazed at how much information they’ve totally forgotten since high school.

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Genres: Christian Living, Education, Humor, Non-Fiction, Philosopy
Tags: Amazon Bestseller, Recommended Books
Publisher: WordCrafts Press
Publication Year: 2020
Format: trade paperback, hardback
Length: 372 pages
ASIN: B08MJKQCRN
ISBN: 9781952474293
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