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Been There. Done That. Now What?: The Meaning of Life May Surprise You

by Ed Young

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After studying Solomon and seeking to understand his life, I am more convinced than ever that God gives enough reasons for our faith to be reasonable, but not enough reasons to live by reason alone. Solomon discovered this the hard way. We must not repeat his mistake. Been there. Done that. Now what? is written for those who struggle with their faith, as well as those who walk in faith. It is an argument for the absolute truth of God, written for the doubter and the skeptic, the agnostic and the atheist, those who have not yet met Him who visited us from above the sun. Ecclesiastes is also for the believer. Solomon's spiritual autobiography impels us to answer the basic questions of life, challenges us to go deeper with Him, and reminds us how easy it is to let the world's agenda squeeze us into its mold. Ecclesiastes forces us to think, examine, re-examine, question, and search. It calls us to doubt our doubts. Without question, it is a word from God for such a time as this. Life does have meaning. Don't miss it. - p. ix-x.… (more)

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