Lips or Hands?
Helping hands are better far than praying lips. -Agnostic, Robert G. Ingersoll Ingersoll the Magnificent "Lips or Hands?" is an autobiographical account of a young atheist recovering from a years-long methamphetamine addiction (1987). By deceitful reason, he happened along a ward-of-the-state nursing home resident, Marjorie. Contrary to his intent to make his point against churches then never return, he returned. She became his adopted "Granny." Her years-long prayers for a visitor fulfilled via a profane, chain-smoking, beer-drinking atheist while unknowingly setting the stage for him (years after her passing) to meet her Lord, The Lord! Publisher: G. Zeineldé Jordan, Se. 2015