Have you given up on church but not on God?
If you, or someone you know, are reconsidering some of the larger questions of life, then this is the book for you. This thirty-day spiritual journey examines questions about God, the Bible, faith, and Jesus. A Place for Skeptics is written as a conversation, engaging Christian truth in a relevant, nonconfrontational style. Modern questions and doubts intersect with ancient confessions of the Christian faith in this provocative book of reflections about nurturing real faith.
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In an age of religious fanaticism, an attitude of holy skepticism is no bad thing. This book stands in a fine tradition of radical Christian subversion—from Dante’s Divine Comedy to Bono’s spiritual quest—which has always sought to find and follow Jesus without kissing its brains good-bye. Wherever you’re at on the journey of faith, I recommend this book to you as if it were a wise old companion whose conversation is warm, occasionally surprising and continually seasoned with the ancient convictions of orthodox faith.
Cofounder, 24-7 Prayer
Author, The Vision and the Vow
A Place for Skeptics is so much more than standard religious pabulum. It invites readers into their own doubts, challenging them to bring these to the heart of the spiritual journey. The authors’ meditations are highly accessible and stimulating, providing spiritual wisdom to anyone with the courage to own their questions.
Monks of New Skete
Cambridge, New York
A Place for Skeptics, a spiritual retreat between two covers, is where we can once again meet not only God but ourselves as well.
FATHER JAMES BOHLMAN
Priestmonk, Orthodox Church in America
Scott Larson is founder and president of Straight Ahead Ministries, which operates faith-based programs for troubled youth in more than 300 juvenile facilities in 13 states. Scott is the author of 9 books. He resides in Massachusetts with his wife, Hanne, and children, Sarah and David.
Chris Mitchell is the founding pastor of New England Chapel, an innovative emergent church reaching postmoderns in Franklin, Massachusetts, "for people who’ve given up on church." Chris is a graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Calvin Seminary. He and his wife, Cindi, are the parents of three children, Kaylee, Jessica and Mickey.
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