Why Do So Many People Believe in God?

Why This Topic and Why Now?

We have observed a groundswell of interest and a real need for a non-religious conversation about God. The world is desperate for meaning, purpose, and wisdom; a glance at social media will show you that the struggle is real. Humans are by nature religious. We have an innate need to worship something. That might be health, politics, beauty, or money, but it might be something deeper and more meaningful.

If you ask 1,000 people why they believe in God, you are likely to get 1,000 different answers. This book presents 70 of them. Ron Kardos and Bruce Licht spread their net far and wide, reaching out to thought leaders – including scientists, mathematicians, political leaders, journalists, corporate executives, artists, radio hosts, and professors – whose positions, perspectives, and backgrounds inform their belief, and whose responses speak to our hearts and minds. Their essays touch on beauty, nature, music, physics, biology, chemistry, technology, archeology, and much more, making this a must-read for everyone, believers or not.

This book is not about religion. The writers are professionals in their fields, but their one-page essays are personal. Perhaps no single essay will provide you with all of the answers, but together, they present a compelling argument for why so many intelligent, thoughtful people believe.

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Excerpts from the Book

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