Deepest Thanks, Deeper Apologies (Library Edition) : Reconciling Deeply Held Faith with Honest Doubt
Author: Stephen Shortridge
For all who dare to be honest... Most Christians are content to spend their lives in churches where mystery is denied and doubt is unwanted. Where uncertainty is shunned and honest questions are stuffed into a corner, never to be brought out again. This audio book is for the rest of us. For those who live with distinct doubts . . . but whose passion for God remains deeper still. For those who have been confused by the world—and perhaps by our own desires—and still long to connect with a God who forgives and embraces us. For those who believe that our personal wrestlings can somehow make our faith mature—and our need for God complete. Sharing his own personal vulnerabilities with soul-stirring reminders for your faith journey, Stephen Shortridge delivers a hope-filled work—encouraging mystery rather than explaining it, affirming doubt rather than removing it . . . for all who dare to be honest.Review:
Publisher: Oasis Audio
Publication Date: 20111011
Subject: REL012070-RELIGION / Christian Life / Personal Growth,REL012120-RELIGION / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth,ART000000-ART / General,ART035000-ART / Subjects & Themes / Religious,REL000000-RELIGION / General
About The Author: Stephen Shortridge has been a professional artist for more than 30 years. In the ’70s and ’80s he had a successful career in acting that included film, TV and commercials. In 1989 he left Los Angeles and acting to pursue his love of art. He has since become a world-renowned painter. His creativity and profound spiritual insights are reflected in both his painting and his writing. Stephen and his wife, Cathy, live in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, where they raised their family and where they own The Painter’s Chair Fine Art Gallery.
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