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Finding Faith in a Skeptical World

3.50  ·  Rating Details  ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
The book is written by a former atheist who became a Christian after several years of questioning our society's common perceptions regarding Christianity. Some chapters deal with matters of faith such as prayer, redemption, salvation and sin. Others address issues like Christian hypocrisy, why bad things happen, miracles, and the Christian view of war. Some are about the s ...more
Paperback, 220 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Triad LLC (first published October 21st 2008)
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Cheryl C.
Mar 13, 2009 Cheryl C. rated it it was amazing
Some books about faith overwhelm you with complex theology and language. Some are so condescending that they turn you off. But that definitely isn't the case with "Finding Faith in a Skeptical World" by Chet Galaska.

"Finding Faith" is a guide to what faith in God truly means. For the believer, it provides answers to questions they often feel inadequate to discuss. And for others, "Finding Faith" can help explain some of the most difficult concepts surrounding putting your faith in an all-knowing
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May 28, 2009 Clockstein Lockstein rated it really liked it
Finding Faith in a Skeptical World by Chet Galaska is a first rate primer on the problems of faith. Galaska, a former atheist, comes at finding faith from the point of reason, explaining why belief in God makes sense. It's a tough argument in a world that has come to value relativism and turns to science for explanations for everything. Creation vs evolution, the crimes of Christians, the existence of Hell, all of these are difficult questions for those who consider faith to overcome. Galaska's ...more
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