Wandering Toward God: Finding Faith Amid Doubts and Big Questions


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5.55 X 8.46 X 0.56 inches | 0.59 pounds

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About the Author

Travis Dickinson (PhD, University of Iowa) is professor of philosophy at Dallas Baptist University. He has taught courses in philosophy and Christian apologetics for over twenty years and has done apologetics and evangelism in more than thirty-five countries. He lives with his family in Fort Worth, Texas.


"Travis Dickinson possesses that rare talent of combining high-level scholarship with a winsome ability to communicate to a popular audience. The result is material that one can trust will be accessible and based on solid research. Wandering Toward God is a beautiful example flowing from Dickinson's pen. For a long time, we have needed an informed, fresh new guide in navigating through stormy waters of doubt. Careful to distinguish doubt from unbelief and offering an extremely helpful definition of faith (ventured trust), Dickinson's book has it all. It begins with chapters that clarify doubt, faith, and related notions, along with locating the place of doubt in the process of spiritual growth. It moves on to discuss strategies for dealing with doubt, and it provides accessible answers to specific topics often involved in doubt. A truly wonderful book."

J. P. Moreland, Distinguished Professor of philosophy at Talbot School of Theology, Biola University, and author of A Simple Guide to Experience Miracles

"In my work as a detective, doubt has always been a useful tool, especially when interviewing witnesses and potential suspects. If you believe everything you hear, you're unlikely to push past the initial claims and discover the truth. Doubt can play a similar role in motivating our spiritual investigations. Travis Dickinson's new book, Wandering Toward God, captures the important role doubt can play in our faith journey. This book will change the way you consider doubt, grow your confidence and comfort as you examine your own spiritual hesitation, and provide ample reason to trust the claims of Christianity. Every seeker and believer who has wrestled with doubt should read this book."

J. Warner Wallace, Dateline-featured cold-case detective and senior fellow at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview