PRLog - Feb. 5, 2013 - CHANDLER, Ariz. -- CHANDLER (AZ)—Brighton Publishing LLC is pleased to announce the signing of Alan S. Acker for his latest work Thirteen Truths About God: Deeper Understanding through Deeper Thought. In a measured and rational tone, author Alan S. Acker relates elementary, yet profound truths regarding the existence of God. Thirteen Truths About God: Deeper Understanding through Deeper Thought is scheduled for eBook release in mid-2013 and will be available through Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and other leading retailers nationwide. The print version is currently slated for release in late-2013 and will be available through Ingram, the world’s largest book distributor.
Alan S. Acker
Doubts and disbelief in God often arise when we are unable to experience God using our five physical senses. In Thirteen Truths About God: Deeper Understanding through Deeper Thought author Alan S. Acker asserts that belief in God’s existence must come from faith, bolstered by personal intellect.
Thirteen Truths About God: Deeper Understanding through Deeper Thought propels the reader into a rare insight regarding a number of delicate, yet entirely relevant subjects:
· God and the Pythagorean Theorem
· Are We Spiritual Beings or Physical Beings
· God, Man, and Justice
· Recognizing God’s Voice
…and much, much more!
Alan S. Acker illustrates an innate ability to write about “knowing” God, without asserting or declaring proof of God’s existence—thereby enhancing the book’s overall objective viewpoint.
“If God exists, then God’s existence cannot be proven by some mathematical formula or reduced to a scientific fact or theorem… The believer must never stop searching for God, and the non-believer must always have the opportunity to begin.”
“With persuasive and compelling evidence, author Alan S. Acker presents a collection of truths that will resonate in the souls of his readers from start to finish,” said Kathie McGuire, director of Brighton Publishing. “Thirteen Truths About God: Deeper Understanding through Deeper Thought” compels the reader to advance further into the spiritual rabbit hole in search of a more profound consideration of the Almighty.”
Author Alan S. Acker is a practicing estate planning attorney in a Columbus, Ohio law firm. He is married and the father of four adult children and two grandchildren. Alan S. Acker is a prolific writer and in recent years has authored several legal articles for Bloomberg, as well as a variety of other works.