Better Than We Believed: How To Apply The Vision That Is Faith To The Struggle That Is Life by Robert J. CormierBetter Than We Believed: How To Apply The Vision That Is Faith To The Struggle That Is Life by Robert J. Cormier

Better Than We Believed: How To Apply The Vision That Is Faith To The Struggle That Is Life

byRobert J. Cormier

Paperback | October 4, 2013

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Presuming nothing that both traditional believers and critical-thinking searchers will not find in their hearts, Better Than We Believed presents a strikingly clear concept of faith that answers the unhappiness of people you will recognize:
 
MARK, who struggles with anger
IRENE, who battles stress
HENRY, who is consumed by hatred
GLORIA, who has been betrayed
BRIAN, who suffers depression
MARY, who feels trapped by her duty to a loved one
JOY, who can't get over a loved one's death, and
JAMES, who knows that he is dying
 
As we witness this faith applied to these and other serious struggles, we will see how it can transform our own experience, and offer us peace, purpose, and joy.
Robert J. Cormier has been a priest of the Archdiocese of Newark for 31 years and is currently serving in Jersey City.
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Title:Better Than We Believed: How To Apply The Vision That Is Faith To The Struggle That Is LifeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:192 pages, 8.25 × 5.25 × 0.68 inPublished:October 4, 2013Publisher:The Crossroad Publishing CompanyLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0824549805

ISBN - 13:9780824549800

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"[Cormier] gives us conversations with real life people with honest human experiences, in situations we can all relate to, and shows us a world in which faith, viewed through the proper lens, is there for all us to experience. Whether you're a devout believer or new to faith, you'll be uplifted by the deep humanity and resultant over-arcing sense of joy woven into each paradigm." —US Book Review