Messer, an Oddball Nutcase,
Portrays the Ultimate Reformation

  I discovered why Messer, an oddball nutcase, chooses to regard   himself as a writer of some imaginative stature…the man is on   some quixotic mission to save the world from its idiotic self...

  In this futuristic novel, organized religion is made to look   foolish and Messer attacks what he considers to be the spurious   claims of Christianity. Society divides neatly into two camps:   fundamentalists and humanists. Each side has its champions who   are introduced to the storyline in strange and unexpected ways…

  In the end, the reader finds society transformed by a new   EU- inspired leadership determined to rid the people of their   dependence on God—a modern reformation of sorts…

  While I don’t agree with many of the author’s views on the   irrelevance of God in our lives, I did find the book quite   entertaining and witty in places.

From: Malcomson on the Issues
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