The Atheist's Guide To Miracles

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Author Peter Elyakim Taussig

Publisher  CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 20, 2012)

Binding  Paperback

Condition Like new


Some events defy statistics and common sense, like winning the lottery four times in a row. For believers, it’s just God doing His thing. Atheists and agnostics don’t have it that easy. What are these astounding synchronicities and highly improbable lucky breaks? Are they just coincidences or is there something else at work here? Drawing on science, mathematics, psychology, and philosophy, this book places the miraculous into a rational framework, and suggest strategies for harnessing its power in your decision-making and worldview. That’s just half the story. The other half is the author’s own improbable life, starting as a Jewish infant hidden in the basement of a Gestapo headquarters, later becoming an Israeli soldier in the Six-Day War, a concert pianist, a stand-up comedian, and a yogi in an ashram, all before he turned 50. It is a rip-roaring hilarious tale that will make your head spin. It will also give you a blueprint for turning your own life into a journey of awe and amazement.

About the author, Peter Elyakim Taussig is a Czech-Israeli-Canadian-American composer, author, filmmaker, concert pianist, nature photographer, and inventor. He is neither award-winning nor internationally acclaimed. He resides in Lenox Massachusetts and Santa Barbara California.


Very provocative - in a good way! Taussig has a gift for making philosophical analysis clear and meaningful. In fact, it might change your life or at least the way you think about who we are and what we do. Highly recommended!


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