Dimensions: 304 Pages, 6.3 × 9.06 × 0.79 in
Published: October 19, 2010
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0446559857
ISBN - 13: 9780446559850
About the Book
Journalist and spiritual seeker Yancey examines the practical value of belief in God. His search for the answer to this question took him to some amazing settings around the world where he met those in desperate need of assurance that their faith really matters.
From the Publisher
Journalist and spiritual seeker Philip Yancey has always struggled with the most basic questions of the Christian faith. The question he tackles in WHAT GOOD IS GOD? concerns the practical value of belief in God. His search for the answer to this question took him to some amazing settings around the world: Mumbai, India when the firing started during the terrorist attacks; at the motel where Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated; on the Virginia Tech campus soon after the massacre; an AA convention; and even to a conference for women in prostitution. At each of the 10 places he visited, his preparation for the visit and exactly what he said to the people he met each provided evidence that faith really does work when what we believe is severely tested. WHAT GOOD IS GOD? tells the story of Philips journey--the background, the preparation, the presentations themselves. Here is a story of grace for armchair travelers, spiritual seekers, and those in desperate need of assurance that their faith really matters.
About the Author
Philip Yancey, a journalist by profession, is a bestselling writer and speaker. He is known for his honest, thoughtful explorations of Christian faith, particularly in areas of questions, struggles, and mystery. His devoted readers have bonded with him on his own journeys through doubt and faith, and they count on him as a trusted companion in the search for a faith that matters amid the world''s deepest problems as well as its shining joys. Visit Philip online at facebook.com/philipyancey.
"There is no writer in the evangelical world that I admire and appreciate more."