The Humanist Hour #134: How “God” Works, with Marshall Brain

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In this episode, Bo Bennett interviews author Marshall Brain about his book, How “God” Works: A Logical Inquiry on Faith.

From the book description:

Does God exist? Using an intellectually rigorous, scientific approach, Marshall Brain—the founder of and author of the How Stuff Works series—sets out to resolve the eternal debate once and for all. With a compelling sense of curiosity, he breaks down mankind’s search for a higher power, tackling such quandaries as: Who is God? What are his attributes? What is God doing and why? How does God interact with humanity? And ultimately, how can humans know with certainty whether God is real or imaginary? How God Works is an enlightening journey in critical thinking that challenges readers to boldly approach the subject of personal faith and put aside intuition in favor of objectivity and logic.

Marshall Brain is best known as the founder of, and is the bestselling author of the How Stuff Works book series. He has appeared on Oprah, Dr. Oz, Good Morning America, CNN, Modern Marvels, and in many other media outlets to apply his signature approach to unraveling the mysteries of life. He is also the host of the National Geographic Channel’s Factory Floor with Marshall Brain. He lives in Cary, North Carolina.