The Last Faith: A Book by an Atheist Believer – Karmak Bagisbayev
“…fascinating and deep book that encompasses everything from instincts to meaning of life to morality and religion.” – Jibek Simkova-Iskakova
“Karmak Bagisbayev’s The Last Faith, translated by Joanna Dobson, is a highly personal philosophical conversation with God that works to address large questions: freedom of choice versus fate, good versus evil, whether God intervenes in life on earth, and why human beings are here. It is entertaining and thought-provoking in equal measure.” – Foreword Clarion Reviews
What is that makes man unique from the rest of life on Earth? In which direction is humanity evolving and is it governed by some universal law? Why do our moral values change with time? Why, despite everything, is the world becoming more tolerant than it was in previous centuries? What is Love? Is there a meaning to life? These are just some of the questions that are raised by Karmak Bagisbayev in “The Last Faith: a book by an atheist believer”. The author uses his experience growing up in the Soviet Union, years of travelling and working around the world, and his professional background in physics and mathematics to provide a very simplistic yet convincing answer to all of these questions.
Written in plain language and requiring no specialized knowledge to understand, “The Last Faith: a book by an atheist believer” by Karmak Bagisbayev is profound and full of insights about ourselves and the world we live in. Representing the author’s lifetime thoughts and observations on the nature of humankind, it is filled with powerful new ideas that will surely open minds and alter perspectives.
“The Last Faith: A Book by An Atheist Believer by Karmak Bagisbayev asks a lot of difficult questions about life and its elusive meaning. This 192-page book is all encompassing and provocative and it sure will make readers think again about their beliefs in life. Bravely going against many of the established moral principles of popular world religions, this book is definitely an intriguing read. It will perhaps raise some eyebrows but on the other hand, anyone with a critical mind will be drawn to The Last Faith. Surprisingly an easy read, it comes out as one curious man’s conversation with God Himself. Karmak Bagisbayev has a PhD in Physics and Mathematics, so he also presents explanations and evidence to support all his ideas, just like scientists do. And he is definitely very convincing!” – Maria Beltran for Readers’ Favorite
About the Author
Karmak Bagisbayev graduated from Novosibirsk State University and currently holds PhD in Physics and Mathematics.
Throughout his life Karmak travelled and worked across Russia, United States, Europe, Africa and Central Asia. He is currently working as a professor of mathematics in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
“The Last Faith: a book by an atheist believer” represents the result of his lifetime thoughts and observations on the nature of humankind.
For author’s autobiography and blog visit http://www.thelastfaith.com