Founding a Faith
Thomas E. Gaston (Author)
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DescriptionWhat do you think when you hear the word faith? Do you think of deep spiritual connections, or irrational will-to-believe? What even is faith, how does it work, and what is it founded on? This book might help you answer some of these questions, as it explores the interplay between faith and beliefs, the foundations of religious beliefs, and how someone might go from having no faith to having a faith. If you are interested in faith and spirituality--and let's face it, you are interested enough to read the back cover of this book--but don't know what that might mean, then this book might be for you. I hope it will help you discover what faith means and how you might explore whether it is for you. If you have a faith but are struggling with doubts or uncertainties--if you are feeling untethered and in need of a foundation--then this book might be for you. I hope it will help you find the next chapter of your faith, a faith that is open to questions and flexible to challenges.
Wipf & Stock Publishers
November 03, 2020
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.3 inches | 0.44 pounds
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About the Author
Thomas E. Gaston has a doctorate in theology from the University of Oxford. He is the author of Reasons: Evidence for God, Jesus, and the Bible (2011), Historical Issues in the Book of Daniel (2016), and Dynamic Monarchianism (2020).