One of the top 5 atheist books to be published in recent times. Will our current Gods and Religions disappear in the next 100 years? The race for the most momentous change in human history has started. Discover the origins of our Gods, religions and why the world will ultimately become atheist in the next 100 years. Reading this book will fundamentally change your outlook of the world. The book fearlessly examines our current major religions, their origins, and the path of their final demise. It examines the evidence we've uncovered regarding primitive religions, evidence dominated by myth, ritual, taboo, and superstition— and shows how so much of each is still present in our current religions. The book then asks if today’s gods were really always there, presiding over the world since its creation, each the ultimate Creator and Ruler of our cosmos—or if, in fact, they ever really existed? The human race’s powerful dependence and reliance upon religion is then considered in detail. He describes the ordeal of a boy, trapped by a deadly sickness, using his god and religion to find answers. He also explores the psychological impact of religion on human thought and behavior throughout history. Next, Why Our Children Will be Atheists tackles the question of whether religion imbues a person with better morals and essential goodness. In particular, it critically discusses research claiming that religious children are happier and more content than their non-religious counterparts. Also examined are the powerful mechanisms that religion deploys to ensure its survival, and the use of the state to advance religion. The final section part of the book briefly outlines our current knowledge of the universe, the origins of life, and its evolution, all of which are gradually replacing our notions of Special Creation. The new, emergent phase of human spirituality is then described, representing a model that will eventually render current faiths irrelevant, heralding the beginning of a religion-free era. The last 100 years of religion is here.