I Wonder?

Is God, Isn’t God . . . does it matter?

Maybe TR Harry’s seminal new book will help clear up doubts on this issue. Maybe not.

“Harry intrepidly confronts the deepest and most historically recalcitrant questions and impressively attempts to balance a skeptical epistemology with a profound respect for the significance of religion. In focusing on the subjective prominence of the Idea of God, as opposed to metaphysical confirmation of God’s existence, the author even manages to make this study germane to atheists.” – Kirkus Reviews.

“Harry’s strong point is his writing, delivered in a conversational approach. It makes an otherwise difficult subject easier to comprehend and creates a relationship for the reader to share with the book/author.” – Entrada Pub.

Available from Balboa Press through your local book store and on-line book retailers. For more info, visit the author’s website at: www.thomasrichardharry.com

GOD VERSUS THE IDEA OF GOD is available in soft cover or
hard back editions online and through your
favorite local bookseller, nationally.

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BOOM! is available in soft cover or hard back editions online and through your favorite local bookseller, nationally.

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Testimonials

“TR Harry is like the friendly 'prof' who turns classes into light but memorable learning experiences. That’s pretty much the way he writes. In BOOM! (his 3rd book) his theme is political choice, and how to infuse 21st century US party politics with classical utilitarian values such as to loosen government’s shackles of polarizing ideology. TR’s arguments favoring an Independent voter platform as a viable option for the land we love will ring convincingly for readers across the political spectrum.”
-Serena Howlett, JD, MPH

“Thomas Harry has a knack for taking a seemingly difficult to understand situation and turning it into a story made easy to follow and understand. Harry offers a simple assessment of what the system has become and how our society has reacted to its shift from getting on with governing to simply getting elected. Thomas Richard Harry’s book should be required reading for anyone currently in public office, anyone intending to run for office, and everyone registered to vote, regardless of their politics.”
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