Armed with his unique gift of knowledge, Hassan Bfly continues to reach out to people in Los Angeles who are looking for an explanation on God’s existence. Through his book Theology for the New Millennium: The Introduction of Intellectual Righteousness published in 2017, Hassan proves that God is real from the perspective of math and the simple use of common sense.
His journey of writing the book started between 1994 and 1995. It was a season of deep reflection for Hassan as he was out on bail for several crimes he committed. He found himself questioning his personal morality, and whether or not he had some good left inside of him despite his controversial past. Deep inside him, he started to understand that he did not have to worry about the laws of man if he was following the laws of God.
The discoveries he made in that season of his life proved to be life-altering. Hassan is not even sure where his inspiration was coming from. He previously believed the truth about God could only be revealed supernaturally, so he found it odd and hard to believe that someone like him could have the ability to simplify the proof of God’s existence so that even the simplest individuals may understand.
“Intellectual Righteousness is the thinking man’s religion. It’s based on two facts and one opinion. Those two facts are God is to reality what zero is to math and with God is Heaven or Hell. The one opinion is you should remember those two facts,” Hassan explains. These two significant ideas and how to apply them to life are the main focus of the book.
Hassan is confident that anyone who comes across the book will surely experience a significant improvement in life, whether in belief or the way they live and relate to others. The whole idea behind Theology for the New Millennium: The Introduction of Intellectual Righteousness is to awaken peoples’ consciousness about what is truthful and considered eternal knowledge.
Being able to explain God’s existence from a logical standpoint has proven to be an exciting experience for Hassan as he believes he is the only one who has ever done so in the theological field. While he may sometimes struggle with the idea that he is not holy enough to possess such a profound gift, he presses on knowing that his life has a purpose unlike anything many people have had the privilege of experiencing.
Presently, Hassan has turned his back on his dark past and looks forward to better days ahead of him, believing that God is the best planner. This belief has also taught him to live in the moment instead of worrying about what tomorrow will bring.