These days, we direct all of our queries to the worldwide web-but, alas, sometimes our search results come up, at best, a little confused-particularly when it comes to certain questions.
Does God exist? Which religion is "right" for me? What does it mean to be a Christian? And, if God is so good, why does He let bad stuff happen?
If you type any of these questions into your internet search bar, millions of hits will pop up from a variety of sources with varying degrees of reputability...So, where should you start?
Skip over the skimming and start here. Googling God provides a simple, straightforward, and sensitive analysis of faith that's sure to appeal to curious souls searching for an unencumbered understanding of God, faith, and the Christian religion. A very approachable, contemporary text, it presumes no prior knowledge of Christianity and gently guides readers to consider the existence of God, rather than forcing them to accept it.
Whether you've strayed away from the Christian church or simply never found it, Googling God will lead you to a better understanding of the basic claims of Christianity and will appease the appetites of your mind, heart, and spirit.
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About the Author
"Everything I'm doing now I vowed I'd never do again"-John Cox
A native of Cape Town, South Africa, Cox worked in ministry at St. Alban's Church in Port Alberni, Canada, for twelve years before entering a period of personal crisis that resulted in his resignation and divorce. He went on to work in business consulting, where he suffered grave depression and spiritual disillusionment for nine years.
Eventually, Cox's faith was restored, and he returned to full-time ministry in 2007. He now serves as senior pastor of Jericho Road Church in Port Alberni and is happily married to wife Sheryl.
Cox holds a Certificate of Theology from Wycliffe Hall, Oxford; BA in psychology from Cape Town University; BD from London University; and MA in leadership and development from Royal Roads. He is the author of Broken for Good and Googling God, now in its second printing.