Proof of God: An Ontological Adventure

Format: Paperback
Pub. Date: 2010-09-30
Publisher(s): Lightning Source Inc
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Metaphysics and Mystery with a Touch of Scifi and Humor  March 11, 2011
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Grady has struck a new cord by introducing a unique genre--a metaphysical, detective mystery, with a touch of science fiction and the macabre, throwing guttural humor and bitting satire in the mix. His humor and satire has no holds barred, attacking both believers and non believers. The main character, Detective O'Shea, is an atheist confronted with a case involving the search for the proof of God. The irony of that alone provides the basis of a good story line. Grady weaves philosophical proofs of God into the dialog. Before you know it, the reader is immersed in a story of intrigue and suspense, while absorbing the philosophy of God. The story takes a turn and the reader finds himself in the middle of a strange adventure that borders on the surreal. Within the context of a good detective mystery, the author raises questions that challenge our own beliefs and faith.

Proof of God: An Ontological Adventure: 5 out of 5 stars based on 1 user reviews.


While investigating a missing person's case involving a philosophy professor who was working on proof of God's existence, atheist Detective O'Shea's beliefs are called into question. Strange characters, troublesome clues and altercations with nefarious people all stand in the way of the solving the mystery. Will O'Shea find the missing professor...or proof of God that could change his life forever?Proof of God will appeal to fans of crime novels, along with those interested in metaphysical questions about God and the supernatural.Author A. J. Grady is a retired chemist who lives in Long Island, New York. Grady is currently at work on The God Machine, a continuation of Proof of God.Publisher's Web site: http: //

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