I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For : God for Agnostics
While traditional understandings of Christianity may not be credible to many, they still point to something we need to make us happy and fulfilled. The fact is that Christianity with its myths, stories and doctrines has shaped our culture, the way we think and act. If we get rid of it, we could end up with something worse. But while traditional understandings of these things may not be credible, perhaps they can still speak to us in a different way. Perhaps they point to something which we can still sense. Something we need in our lives. Something not just to make us decent, or responsible, but happy and fulfilled. Paul Walker does not give answers, but rejoices in the search. Put this book alongside those on Buddhism, meditation and self-help as a Christian perspective on the human search to understand what we're doing here.
- Paperback | 160 pages
- 137.2 x 208.3 x 12.7mm | 181.44g
- 19 Oct 2006
- John Hunt Publishing
- O Books
- New Alresford, United Kingdom
About Paul Walker
Paul Walker is a minister, a successful church planter and London Times Preacher of the Year. He now works as a hospital chaplain in Middlesborough, England.