Having read parts of your writing(s) I must say: your writings are bad. Not pleased to be rude, but your writings is worse than the worst vulgar propaganda. I have no problem with Christians, Jews, Muslims and most religious people. But your book deserves to be utterly reworked.
Although declared that you were writing on religion, in fact, the book is focused on faith. Faith (and belief) is the act of will but it is too complex so many religious authorities (not only Christians) state that the faith is a gift (or grace).
The lack of references. There is nothing wrong with referencing Bible but your silence about other sources turns your book into a propaganda pamphlet with almost no knowledge value. (Please, do not just start arguing that Bible is enough. If you want to bring your thoughts to real people, you are obliged to cite more sources.)
Inconsistency and lack of courage. Example: In part 3.2 you are mentioning an episode with a rich woman. First, you were asking money, then (after she had brought the money), you were refusing. In other words you were humilitating her. Now, I'd expect an explanation. Why hadn't you refused her demands directly? Why were you so cruel? What is the moral of this episode? Was there a need to demonstrate your righteousness or your weakness (since you had succumbed to a temptation of superiority)?
So, if you are going to explain a new point-of-view, you need to become a philosopher (and a historian, a theologian, an anthropologist, ...). To write a book of this kind is taking years of gathering, sorting, studying and analysing.
If you are going to explain your own opinion and experience, you need to understand it first. (How was I feeling it? And how does this serve to me?) It takes even more time, maybe most of your life. But it is the unconditional necessity.
At least (but not last) you need to gain fame. If a famous man is stating that one plus one are two, people will listen. Be offensive. Insult every potential opposition, in advance and repetitively. Shout aloud that supporters of something are stupid, dumb, hypocrites. It doesn't matter which target will you aim at, you can slander atheists, Christians, Jews, Muslims, liberals, conservatives, ... no matter. How many people do understand Nietzsche's statement that "God is dead" in context? Get jailed. No kidding, it works. (But beware of headshrinkers.) If persistent enough, you can become a "controversial" person.
If you prefer a less dirty way I can recommend: gain fame (yes, again). Stick on something you are really good in. You are mentioning maths and programming, so start and publish some open-source project, get a university diploma and focus on science. Or become a fiction writer. If you want people to learn about your thoughts, write fiction. For instance, Philip K. Dick's "Valis" is boring and over-complicated for me, tremendously. His "Exegesis" is even beyond my mental abilities. He had failed to explain his point-of-view to me. But through his novels and short stories he had succeeded so I dare to think that I understand his opinions. (Explanation: PKD is one of my most favourite writers.)
Hope I wasn't rude too much. No offense.