I don't belong to any religion. I have never read Bible or Torah or any other religious book, although, of course, I'm familiar with the content as anyone in our world. But to me, this book was really grand. The information is inspiring and intriguing at the same time. Most of the information seemed very logical, but because many described things are not being experienced by most of the people in everyday life, and because we are accustomed to process information with our minds rather then with our hearts, many questions remain and many new questions are born. Most of us require evidences in order to accept new ideas and information, and since people have none, many disregard them. Still, I would recommend reading this book to everyone. For non-religious readers, I would suggest to take it as another theory of the world and life creation, since none of the existing theories are proven by scientists so far.