Pain, Pleasure and Prejudice
The Koran arranged by topic and explained in a way we can all understand
Paperback: 828 pages. Comprehensive Index, 333,000+ words. Read it online.
Anyone can now quickly find out all that Allah has to say on any subject.
Pain, Pleasure and Prejudice may be too cumbersome or expensive for some, even as a paperback,
which is why it has been broken up into
six smaller books, all priced under $18.00.
Let Me Rephrase That! Your Layman's Guide to Abrogations
Paperback, 204 pages. Read it online
A historical and motivational context, as I have been providing in my books on the Koran is important in understanding the Message; but,
perhaps even more significant is knowing what revealed truths (immutable facts communicated to a mortal by a god), as inconceivable as it may seem, have been abrogated i.e. repealed or
modified by an ostensibly omniscient deity.
Kids and The Koran
Children and The Koran - The End of Empathy
Paperback, 186 pages
Read what children who should be enjoying Babar the Elephant and Cinderella are reading.
Children and the Koran is a comprehensive argument against exposing
children to the hate and violence until they are old enough to decide for themselves if unbelievers are deserving of the Koran's merciless animosity.
Teach Your Children Well
The future as a truism and a cliché
Paperback, 87 pages
1,001 Sayings and Deeds of the Prophet Muhammad
Paperback, 440 pages. Read it online.
Get to know the real Muhammad as his closest friends and his child-bride Aisha recall what he said and did. The authenticated
sayings and example of the Prophet Muhammad, the hadiths, along with the Koran, are the basis of Sharia law i.e. God's Law.
Between a Pillar and a Hard Place
Paperback, 274 pages
If you are going to read one book on Islam, you have to read this one! In mostly short, easy-to-read,
to-the-point essays, I touch upon everything you need to know about the resurgent would-be dominant religion and what it means for lesser and non-believers.
Paperback, 432 pages
A commemorative recreation on paper of comments, articles and extracts of a watershed year when headlines and scriptures came
together like at no other time since boreal.ca went live in April of 2003.
Alice Visits a Mosque to Learn About Judgment Day
Paperback: 80 pages
The character of Alice only bears a remote resemblance to the heroine of Lewis Carroll's tale of a young girl "who falls down a
rabbit hole into a fantasy world populated by peculiar, anthropomorphic creatures." The phantasmagorical world that the imam describes to Alice is not a fantasy, it is real
(or will be), brought to life through Islamic scriptures and inspired dialogue about the most ominous of days that will be Judgement Day
Canada - The Fractured Nation Interviews
An Inquiry Into The Breakup
Paperback, 228 pages
Going Swimming Fully Clothed
A Brief Introduction to Islamic Law
For a layman writing about Islamic jurisprudence it is not unlike going swimming fully clothed, metaphorically-speaking.
You are constantly in danger of being dragged beneath the waves of your
own logic as you struggle to explain things that on the surface (pun
intended) defy common sense, if not reality itself.
If the story of Islam was told to me in a pub
Stopping the Draining of the Light
Shooting the Messenger
A Whistleblower's Tale
Paperback, 182 pages