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Finding God by Larry Crabb
In today’s psychological culture, we have become a people more concerned with solving our problems than finding God. Suffer low self –esteem? Get counseling. Unfulfilled in life? Join a recovery group. But solving problems is not the point, argues Dr. Larry Crabb. In fact whenever we place a higher priority on solving our problems than on pursuing God, we are being immoral! Dr. Crabb demonstrates that our deepest problem and worst sin is doubting God. When we doubt God’s goodness, when we think that god cannot be trusted with the things that matter most, we will quietly-but with tight –lipped resolve-take over responsibility for our own well-being-with disastrous results. In his most compelling book since Inside Out, Dr. Crabb upsets the cozy Christianity of the modern believer. He reveals anew God’s top priority: not our comfort and gratification, but His glory.
Finding God In The Questions by Timothy Johnson
An editor of ABC News describes his own spiritual journey that led him, as a man of science, to his own answers about God and Jesus, and encourages others to confront their own questions of faith to further the search for God.
Finding God Again by John J. Shea
Growing out of two decades of teaching and practice, Finding God Again: Spirituality for Adults addresses, in an experiential and pastoral way, the need to re-envision God as we grow from an adolescent to adult spirituality. John Shea, a renowned pastoral counselor and teacher, shows how we can lose touch with religion, spirituality, and a belief in God because of times when our image of God is too narrow, unreal, or inadequate to make sense of our experience. Shea uses real life stories to illustrate and offer a life-changing challenge to leave behind the Superego God of childhood in favor of a Living God we can relate to as adults. By showing the reader how to revisit God as an adult, Shea provides the motivation and method to embrace a Living God and claim the independence and responsibility that accompany genuine adulthood.
Finding God In The Waves by Mike McHargue
Subtitle in pre-publication: How I lost my faith and found it through science.
Finding God Beyond Religion by Tom Stella
Do you describe yourself as spiritual but not religious? Whether young or old, church connected or not, are you spiritually restless for an authentic faith life but do not find conventional religious teachings pertinent to you? This accessible guide to a meaningful spiritual life is a salve for your soul. It reinterprets traditional religious teachings central to the Christian faith - God, Jesus, faith, prayer, morality and more - in ways that connect with people who have outgrown the beliefs and devotional practices that once made sense to them.
Finding God S Will by Zac Poonen
Finding God In Troubled Times by Richard J. Hauser
A professor of theology offers practical help for Christians in using faith to more effectively deal with suffering. Original.
Finding God In The Movies by Catherine M. Barsotti
An accessible guidebook that reviews and discusses over thirty films of faith, providing resources and suggestions for personal viewing and church use.
A Matrix Of Meanings by Craig Detweiler
A candid, often humorous look at how to find truth in music, movies, television, and other aspects of pop culture. Includes photos, artwork, and sidebars.
Finding God In Sin City by Richard Brodhagen
Sinful human depravity flourishes underneath the bright lights of Las Vegas. In a town where the Seven Deadly Sins govern business can any man's faith survive in a modern day Sodom and Gomorrah? For most this would be the last place that a person would go to look for God. But for author Richard Brodhagen, Sin City is where God found him. In "Finding God in Sin City" Richard Brodhagen goes through a journey that takes him into the worlds of Atheism, Agnosticism, Paganism, Buddhism, Islam, Mormonism, Protestantism, and then finally Catholicism. This book will not only cover one man's conversion from Atheism to Catholicism, it will also guide any Christian to a deeper understanding of their faith. Through the use of Sacred Scripture and the writings of the early Church Fathers, this book will introduce you to the world of Catholic Apologetics. No matter where you are on your journey of faith, Finding God in Sin City will strengthen your beliefs with the universal language of truth. As Richard Brodhagen found on his journey, if God can be found in Sin City, He can be found anywhere.