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The Crisis of Religion by Adebowale Ojowuro

Available in Paperback, eBook & Kindle Editions {Pages: 334}

“This book is a masterpiece, a passionate and intellectual skewering of religion that gives a fresh perspective from a new author. I couldn’t put it down! I found this author’s command of the English language rather like that of great authors of the past, able to describe difficult concepts eloquently, clearly, and passionately keeping the reader glued to the conversation, wanting more! I loved this book and I loved how he brought into his conversation the disservice that religion has done to the Africans, in the past and in the present.”

• Stephanie D. Norris, Anthropologist, in a review that rated The Crisis of Religion—5 Star—on (Canada)


“This fine work should be on every Skeptic’s top shelf; it is a great triumph for Adebowale and certainly recommended reading.”

• Shelby Sherman, American veteran Atheist, writer, and Ebon Mussing contributor, in a review that rated The Crisis of Religion—5 STAR—on

“I read the manuscript of The Crisis of Religion with great interest and concentration. I agree with most of your charges regarding the gullibility of the majority of religion believers… In short, your entire presentation is a bitter but perhaps necessary pill to swallow.”

• Mokgethi Motlhabi, Professor of Systematic Theology and Theological Ethics, University of South Africa


“I have just finished Adebowale Ojowuro’s amazing book, “The Crisis of Religion.” And, I salute him for the great work he has produced. He has examined the Jewish/Christian Bible in more depth than I’ve ever seen before.  If anyone stays with him on his journey I can’t imagine that they could remain a True Believer.  He presents his material from a different perspective from those of us raised in a Western setting. Very fresh. Very startling. Very growth promoting.”

• Arthur Jackson, American Secular Humanist and Author in another review that rated The Crisis of Religion—4 Star—on


“I much misconstrued the subtitle, “The Feral Excesses of the Gullibility of Man,” and assumed that The Crisis of Religion would probably be another opinionated essay, perhaps even a rant.  However, I could not have been more wrong! I was delightfully surprised to find this book to be very thought provoking and intellectually challenging… It is a historical and thorough academic work on the subject of Religion as a phenomenon… I am truly impressed with the style of writing that the author has adopted in this work.”

• Bryan Edmondson, Houston Texas, in a review that rated The Crisis of Religion—5 Star—on


“Thank you! You have captured my sentiments exactly… You have touched on a subject that most people fear to even contemplate. I hope your book will create a space for mind-blowing debate. I felt society needs this.”

• Ms.Choene Nkoana, Pretoria, South Africa


“This book is a thorough rebuttal of religion that sheds penetrating light into the deficit of dogmatic beliefs… The author eloquently blends the expressive power of rationality with great command of succinct vocabulary to demonstrate in explicit details how belief in God is no longer tenable on rational ground… I do not have enough words to describe the elegance of this book.”

• Marissa Torres Langseth, Filipino Freethinker, in a review that earned The Crisis of Religion a 5 STAR Rating on


“The Crisis of Religion is amazingly courageous and well written. It’s thought-provoking, refreshing, eye-opening, and compelling. This book is a ground-breaking work that decisively exposes the racket of deceptive schemes in which organized religion is entirely made of.”

• Alan Reynard, in a review that earned a 5 STAR rating on (Nigeria)


“Sadly, we live in a world in which facts are ignored and distorted as a matter of easy to fool attitudes of the gullible majority… The passionate voice of this radical author patently manifests a proper example of how to denounce immoral ills in our society and discreetly uphold the obvious, regardless of whose ox is gored. The Crisis of Religion by Adebowale Ojowuro is a radical indictment of religion that keenly upholds this wise philosophy of James Riley, “When I see a bird that walks like a duck and swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, I call that bird a duck.” This book is flaming-hot, revealing, provocative, but bitterly truthful. The plethora of critical examinations and incisive viewpoints in The Crisis of Religion candidly reveal the limitless swindle, self-deceit and vanity that thrive in dogmatic faith under the cartel of organized religion.”

• Michelle Graford’s review that earns The Crisis of Religion another 5 Star rating on (Kenya)


“As George Orwell once wrote, “In times of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act.” The chain of acerbic truths, which Adebowale Ojowuro daringly unveils in this thought-provoking book, in all ramifications, constitutes a revolutionary act that gravely expose the contemptible age-old shits of the sacred cow… It’s a factual example of telling the bitter truth that people do not want to hear.”

• Dr Akolade Michael in a review that earns The Crisis of Religion a 5 Star rating on (Nigeria)


2 Comments leave one →
  1. Sheila Crawford permalink
    April 12, 2012 1:49 am

    I am going to order both of your books as soon as possible.U r only cofirming what i have been thinking for a long while. Thank you

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