A long time ago I started working on writing a short book that would finally put to rest the whole God question. It took far longer than I expected to do the final edits and a lot of life got in the way. I changed jobs, changed houses… lots of life got in the way. But the wait is over and my book has finally been released.
Disproving God and 5 Adequate Reasons To Be an Atheist is now available on Amazon in both Paperback and Kindle formats. I am also planning on making it available at other online retailers within the next few weeks. There has even been talk of an audiobook version.
As far as promotion goes, I really want to shoot a commercial for the book, but with COVID and everything, I don’t know when that will happen. I am trying to get the world out on social media and would love it if some Dangerous Talkers out there would write reviews on Amazon if you like the book. Please consider checking out the book: https://amzn.to/3u58sAr
Here is my pitch:
What if I told you that in a few short minutes, I could disprove the existence of God? Skeptical? I know I would be, but whether you are an atheist, like me, or a fervent believer, this small booklet will challenge what you think you know about knowledge and the existence of the divine. Plus, I’m funny.
I’ve been an atheist activist for over 30 years and I have talked to hundreds of religious believers of varying religions and degrees of belief. I’ve heard all the arguments for the belief in a deity and found them insufficient. I’ve been active in the greater atheist community and heard all the counter-arguments from my fellow non-believers too. Now, I have come up with something new. An argument that is simple and irrefutable.
Here is what others are saying about it:
“In the interesting new book[let], Disproving God and 5 Adequate Reasons to Be an Atheist, Staks Rosch brings us an accessible, approachable atheism. Easy to read and understand, Disproving God is a fresh look at a timeless question: Does God exist? Rosch answers succinctly.”
— Janice Rael, secular activist
“This book is a true benefit to humanity. By making a simple and convincing case against the supernatural, Staks Rosch frees people to embrace the world we live in and compels them to work toward creating a better future.”
— Zoltan Istvan, author of The Transhumanist Wager
With this book finished and promotion underway, I hope to start working on my next book. I have a bunch of book ideas to work with so I’m not sure which one is going to be next. I do have some preferences though, so we’ll just have to see. Let me know what you think of this book. Thanks,