New York City, Sep 1, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Around 1994 to 1995, while out on bond for crimes imputed to him, Hassan Bfly started to question himself and his morality. He wondered whether or not he was a good person deep inside. He started to ponder on how the laws of man work with the laws of God. This breakthrough marked the beginning of his spiritual journey, which introduced him to intellectual righteousness.
Hassan is a self-taught non-prophetic messenger of God born and raised in Washington, DC. His understanding of God led him to author the groundbreaking book Theology for the New Millenium: The Introduction of Intellectual Righteousness, which he published in 2017.
Hassan proves the case of God's existence without using any biblical scriptures as his basis. Instead, he uses logic, math, and common sense to advance and support his arguments. He takes on the burden of proving that God exists and utilizes the law on non-contradiction to formulate rebuttals against both believers and non-believers.
Unlike most approaches in theological discussions, his argumentation does not include any form of supernatural awakening. He takes pride in the fact that he is one of the few people in the theological field who invites logical scrutiny and assumes the burden of proof instead of giving it to the opposition.
Hassan strives to provide his readers and those around him with an introduction to some truths on a subject that has been debated for centuries. It is his hope to enlighten those around him and provide clarity in their lives.
His primary focus is on his conclusion that "Intellectual Righteousness is the thinking man's religion." Hassan illustrates that the notion is based on two facts and one opinion. Those two facts are: first, God is to reality what zero is to math, and second, with God is Heaven or Hell. The opinion is that readers should remember those two facts. The book foresees the different angles that can be used to attack the claim of God's existence, and the author has prepared a counter-argument for the attacks.
Hassan wrote Theology for the New Millenium: The Introduction of Intellectual Righteousness in such a way that any person can easily understand the viewpoints of the author. Regardless of their faith and stage in their spiritual journey, readers can relate and ponder on the thought-provoking points that the author brings up to get his message across.
For the visionary author, one of his biggest struggles was the feeling of having the responsibility of a prophet without seeing anything holy in himself. This feeling became even worse when Hassan noticed the lack of response and support from his family and friends back in his hometown. He knew it would be better to find the right audience for him elsewhere, and so, in early 2020, he took a leap of faith and moved to Los Angeles, California, to pursue his journey in theology. Today, he is working on improving his approach by becoming less aggressive and confrontational in his discussions.
Hassan admits that struggles in life will exist until the end, but these challenges do not make him back down. Instead, it only strengthens his belief in God and his mission to make a change in the false dichotomy of faith and atheism and spread more spiritual messages about God in many different ways.
Learn more about Intellectual Righteousness on Hassan Bfly's official website.
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