The Age of Reason by Thomas Paine is a book for people unsure of their religion as well as those who are loyal, but grossly misled, according to the author. Although it isn't an intriguing mystery, I couldn't put it down. For those of you who have questioned the credibility of the Bible, The Age of Reason is your support vehicle. And Paine clearly shirks Christianity, yet he does believe in a single deity and life after death. Sounds like a form of Agnosticism, but not defined as such.