About the Author

Arnie Stone

Now retired, Arnie Stone lives in Fort Mill,SC, with his wife, Helaine. Originally from Baltimore, MD, he earned his Bachelor’s degree in English from the University of Maryland and his Master’s degree in Literature from The American University. Stone also enjoyed his Philosophy of Religion courses during his college years, and relished engaging in philosophical debates with his fellow students. It was, in fact, in college those 40 years ago that Stone first began constructing the story line for The Revelation of the Nones.

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The Revelation of the Nones

By Arnie Stone

Paperback, 356 Pages

What if you were told that everything you believe about your religion is false? A self-proclaimed “messenger from The Maker,” arrives with a dire warning: the world will soon end, and The Maker will not intervene. There is only one way for us to save ourselves and her mission is to show us the way. She quickly harnesses the strength of the Internet, social media, and the mainstream press. Her message resonates strongly with those already feeling disenfranchised from the organized religions of the world. Soon, millions believe in what she says, abandoning the restrictive religions that they once followed. The unaffiliated, sometimes referred to as “Nones,” rapidly increase their numbers. This globally expanding “religion of no religion” soon begins to threaten the leaders of the major organized religions, led by the United Religious Congress. As the leaders of the URC prepare for their massive world-wide “Call to the Mountain” conference, they are determined to regain their power and their followers at whatever the cost.

You are the creation. You are the miracle.

What if you were told that everything you believe about your religion is false?

This is one of the questions posed in “The Revelation of the Nones.”  Most of us have relied strictly on faith (Sometimes blind faith) our entire lives when it comes to our religious beliefs. But have you ever really asked yourselves how those beliefs were shaped...

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