My God, My God
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Once upon a time, it was not so difficult to believe. Believing in God was like breathing. It was a second sense of which people were hardly aware. But in an age when our faith is mainly in science and technology, is it possible to believe anymore?
Michael P. Jensen takes a searching look at what makes us believe – or not believe – in God in this contemporary world. He converses with troubled souls, cranks, crackpots, and conspiracy theorists, and even with the devil himself.
This entertaining and stimulating journey through the underworld of our beliefs will have you wondering whether things are always what they seem.
“Christian belief is still important in the twenty-first century. The loss of purpose and direction that characterizes Western culture is having devastating social consequences. In this captivating book, Michael Jensen sensitively and intelligently highlights that belief is still possible because the realities of suffering and evil in our world are given meaning through the hope we have in Christ.” –Tim Costello, Chief Executive Officer, World Vision Australia
Michael Jensen is Lecturer in Theology and Church History at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia.