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A Faith Brief by Patrick M. Garry

A Faith Brief

by Patrick M. Garry

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 193379447X, Perfect Paperback)

Professor Garry proves himself to be a valued counselor well beyond the legal profession. He has used an attorney s keen logical and rhetorical skills to demolish one of the most widely accepted premises of modern life: the assumption that skepticism and doubt are intellectually and morally superior to faith in God. Indeed, his thoughtful argument for faith over doubt is valuable to anyone who has questioned their faith in God, or more frequently today, has had that faith questioned as the source of small-mindedness, bigotry, and violence. In other words, this brief for faith is rather a unique and splendid sort of work which everyone who is struggling with doubts about their faith needs to read

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