The Philosophy of History: Naturalism and Religion, A Historiographical Approach to Origins
By James Stroud
(I received this book for review purposes.)
Genre- Philosophy / General
Published by- Tate Publishing and ENTERPRISES, LLC
Number of pages- 328
Age Group- Adult
Description of book- paperback (ISBN: 978-1-62854-480-0, $22.99)
The Philosophy of History: Naturalism and Religion, by James Stroud, shows how Naturalism is false and why it should not be used to influence how history is studied. The book discusses four different historic events:
- “Origins of the Universe and Cosmological Constants.”
- “Origin of Life- Cambrian Explosion and Human Origins.”
- “Origin of Civilization before the Common Era.”
- “The Common of Era of the Historical Jesus.”
About the author-
James Stroud currently lives with his wife in the Midwest. He has a MA in Ancient & Classical History and BA of Philosophy of Religion. He is a member of the Society of Collegiate Scholars, the Association of Ancient Historians, Society for Historical Archeology, and the Philosophical Research Society. His website is www.ThePhilosophyOfHistory.org.
My thoughts- The Philosophy of History: Naturalism and Religion, by James Stroud, was very interesting and I agree with what he said in his book.
The only negative that I saw when I read this book was, that since it was originally written for the academic setting it would be difficult for the average person to understand. I think though that this book is important for everyone to read and understand, because naturalism is false and we should not use it to learn about ancient history. This book can be very technical, so it would be a wonderful college text. I also think this book would needs to be read by the experts in the media. It is the media who will help change the way people think.
Everybody deserves to a chance to know how the world really began and what happened in ancient history. This book will help spread the truth. Please find a copy, read it, and pass it along to someone who would enjoy it.
Disclosure of Material Connection- I received The Philosophy of History: Naturalism and Religion, A Historiographical Approach to Origins, by James Stroud, for free from the author and publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255. All links were current when posted.