Or perhaps you've had that thought yourself. For some people, religious faith seems to come easily, but for others it comes in a swirl of doubts and questions. In A Skeptic's Guide to Faith, Philip Yancey confronts the questions head-on, from the stance of a skeptic. He asks, 'Is the visible world around us all there is?' and then examines the apparent contradictions. If this is God's world, why doesn't it look more like it? Finally, the book considers how two worlds---the visible and invisible---might affect our daily lives. Does faith really make a difference day to day?
A Skeptic's Guide to Faith reads like a conversation, inviting those skeptical of religion and turned off by the church to consider the possibility of an unseen world coexisting with our visible world. According to Yancey, 'A thin membrane of belief separates the natural from the supernatural.' What makes it so hard for some of us to cross that membrane? Look inside to find out.
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