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The Missing God Who Is Not Missed: Christian Belief in a Secular Society - Fogarty, Philip
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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: COLUMBIA PR, 149 Seiten, L=217mm, B=132mm, H=12mm, Gew.=195gr, [GR: 15500 - HC/Geschichte], [SW: - Religion - World Religions], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: More and more people today put their faith only in what they can see, experience for themselves, or scientifically prove. Anything else is seen as mere conjecture. Since we cannot see God, or prove God's existence with the tools of science, increasingly people decide that God's existence is but one theory among many, and the question of God becomes irrelevant or even non-existent for many people. There is a slow but inexorable move towards agnosticism. God is missing but not missed. In such a secular culture, many Christians feel the need to ponder again age-old questions about God and about Christian faith, and that is what Philip Fogarty, a Jesuit priest based in Dublin, sets out to do in this book. How can we reconcile the existence of God with all the suffering in the world? Is the God of the Bible nothing but a vengeful God? What do we mean when we say Jesus is the Savior of the world? Has the church a future? Why are so many young people and the poor giving up on the church? Are priests no more than dinosaurs lumbering their way into extinction in a dying church? These and many other questions and issues are explored in this thoughtful work. More and more people today put their faith only in what they can see, experience for themselves, or scientifically prove. Anything else is seen as mere conjecture. Since we cannot see God, or prove God's existence with the tools of science, increasingly people decide that God's existence is but one theory among many, and the question of God becomes irrelevant or even non-existent for many people. There is a slow but inexorable move towards agnosticism. God is missing but not missed. In such a secular culture, many Christians feel the need to ponder again age-old questions about God and about Christian faith, and that is what Philip Fogarty, a Jesuit priest based in Dublin, sets out to do in this book. How can we reconcile the existence of God with all the suffering in the world? Is the God of the Bible nothing but a vengeful God? What do we mean when we say Jesus is the Savior of the world? Has the church a future? Why are so many young people and the poor giving up on the church? Are priests no more than dinosaurs lumbering their way into extinction in a dying church? These and many other questions and issues are explored in this thoughtful work.

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The Missing God Who Is Not Missed: Christian Belief in a Secular Society

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1856073807

More and more people today put their faith only in what they can see, experience for themselves, or scientifically prove. Anything else is seen as mere conjecture. Since we cannot see God, or prove God's existence with the tools of science, increasingly people decide that God's existence is but one theory among many, and the question of God becomes irrelevant or even non-existent for many people. There is a slow but inexorable move towards agnosticism. God is missing but not missed. In such a secular culture, many Christians feel the need to ponder again age-old questions about God and about Christian faith, and that is what Philip Fogarty, a Jesuit priest based in Dublin, sets out to do in this book. How can we reconcile the existence of God with all the suffering in the world? Is the God of the Bible nothing but a vengeful God? What do we mean when we say Jesus is the Savior of the world? Has the church a future? Why are so many young people and the poor giving up on the church? Are priests no more than dinosaurs lumbering their way into extinction in a dying church? These and many other questions and issues are explored in this thoughtful work.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781856073806
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: COLUMBIA PR
149 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,195 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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