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    Finding the Forgotten God: Credible Faith for a Secular Age by Ron Hay

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    Finding the Forgotten God: Credible Faith for a Secular Age
    by Ron Hay

    A brilliant explanation of the Christian faith, which deals in a fresh way with the questions people ask.

    “Never has faith looked more appealing to a curious and thoughtful Kiwi enquirer than in this readable volume. What Ron Hay offers is a Christian faith that is as intelligent as it is courageous.” Dr Bob Robinson, Laidlaw College, Christchurch.

    “An outstanding book which explains the Christian faith in a way that will be comprehensible to many sceptical people in the twenty-first century. It also contains some challenging stories from secular Kiwis who have become followers of Jesus.” Murray Robertson, former President NZ Baptist Union and long-time pastor of Spreydon Baptist Church, Christchurch.

    “An impressive examination of faith and the big questions of life. The style is easy, the research original, the coverage wideranging, and the argument convincing. An outstanding book that deserves a wide readership.” Rob Yule, former university chaplain, national moderator of the Presbyterian Church, and now retired minister.


    Format : Paperback

    Pages : 238

    Dimensions : 150mm x 225mm

     

    This is a book for those who care about the "big questions" of life. Why are we here? Is this world all there is? Is death a doorway or a dead end? Is there a God? If so, how would we know and how could we be in touch? If there is a God, why is there so much suffering in the world? In a world with a plethora of competing religions and philosophies, how can we know where truth is to be found?

    These questions cut to the core of human existence; we ignore them to our cost. Something dies inside us when we simply forget about them and bury ourselves in daily business. To live is to question. To be human is to seek answers to the most fundamental questions of our existence. And behind each, there throbs the most basic question of all: where can I find meaning and peace and fulfilment in life?

    This is a book for those who, having sampled the goodies materialism has to offer, find themselves thinking, "There must be more to life than this!" It is for those who sometimes experience a wistfulness or longing for they don't quite know what. Something calls yet eludes them on the edges of awareness and desire.
    (From the introduction to 'Finding the Forgotten God')