If I Were God I’d Make Myself Clearer
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Written from a Christian perspective, this books struggles honestly with a dilemma facing ‘believers’ and ‘unbelievers’ alike: With so many religions on offer, can one of them be considered true? Or are they different paths up the same spiritual mountain? And how can any one person sort their way through the maze of claims?
Get this book! For yourself and for those who are thoughtfully seeking. Loosely based on Paul’s sermon to the Athenians, the book helps people to think through the issue of clarity in the minefield of religious faiths. It helpfully probes the issue that all faiths are of equal value and shows that such thinking is neither logical nor fair to the claims of those faiths. The book goes on to suggest that certain faiths lend themselves to being more thoroughly examined because they make claims which can be checked and verified, and therefore offer a seeker a degree of confidence in their claims. It is important to realise that the book is not seeking to explain the Christian faith, but is rather encouraging people to see that Christianity is a faith that repeatedly offers us evidence of its truthfulness.
Reviewed by Simon Percy, Woodford Evangelical Church (Evangelicals Now, July 2003)