In this work, author Abhishek Jha pens an intriguing spiritual work that combines elements of an "Anyman" biography by showing the evolution and eventual dissolution of faith. This work is designed to provoke thought in the reader as it questions God's relevance in the world. This work begins with how religious beliefs are imparted to young children. As a youngster, God is shown to be a force that has complete control of life and circumstances. The only thing required is total faith and one should surrender everything to Him. When people are bad, then He is angry and exacts revenge. When people are good, He showers them with benefits. It is only when man gets older that the teachings are questioned. For instance, one may ask for something and not receive it. By checking how one asked and reviewing worship techniques, the man changes how he asks to see if it will make a difference. Alas, he is disappointed when he does not get it. Jha continues in this vein in his chapter "When God Chokes!" eventually leading up to his premise that God is outdated. The author then says that man is responsible for himself and his actions. Because of this self-reliance as evidenced by the numerous inventions that resulted from man's efforts rather than God's, the notion of worshipping God is outdated. Author Abhishek Jha's work takes a different approach to spiritual beliefs. Because of the controversial nature of his writing, this work may appeal to both believers and nonbelievers!
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