7 edition of A place for skeptics found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Scott Larson, Chris Mitchell.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, Chris, 1968-|
|LC Classifications||BT993.3 .L37 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005014233|
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A Place for Skeptics is so much more than standard religious pabulum. It invites readers into their own doubts, challenging them to bring these to the heart of the spiritual journey.
The authors meditations are highly accessible and stimulating, providing spiritual A place for skeptics book to anyone with the courage to own their questions/5(6). It was great as a refresher to our faith, and it was great that they used the Apostles Creed as the foundation for this book.
I think it definitely helps people to review the Christian faith, but as a place for skeptics, i'm not sure how effectively that was done.
It definitely encouraged me in faith, 4/5. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 19 cm: Contents: Before you begin --Can skepticism be spiritual --Who really believes this stuff --What about when doubt overshadows belief --Do you ever wonder about god --Is father really the best word to describe god --What good is a god who doesn't show up when you need him --What.
“This book is directed toward “those who may have given up on church, but not on God, This book can stir up the embers of faith and trust in those who are wary of attending church.
A Place for Skeptics is an excellent resource for reaching those who are wary of religion but who are also weary of searching. A Place for Skeptics – Straight Ahead Ministries Bookstore A spiritual journey for those who may have given up on church but not on God. A spiritual journey for those who may have.
If you are a skeptic about Jesus, if you have given up on the church, if want to see whether or not our world is better because Jesus lived or if you are a Jesus follower, this book is for you. Appropriate for both teens and adults, Jesus Skeptic is a must read and keeps the reader engaged from beginning to end/5(68).
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