Spiritual Sequester: Finding God in the Dark

Finding God in the Dark: Faith, Disappointment, and the Struggle to Believe by Ronnie Martin and Ted Kluck explores the Christian reaction to disappointment and doubt.

Finding God in the Dark: Faith, Disappointment, and the Struggle to Believe  -<br /> By: Ted Kluck, Ronnie Martin</p><p>

Ronnie Martin and his co-author have written a very short and accessible book on the struggle of coping with doubt and disappointment.

This is a theme that’s close to my own heart and it’s one I’ve written about on this blog before and in several volumes. So I welcome this new book.

I especially liked and resonated with Ronnie Martin’s chapters. Martin is a clear and compelling writer. And his contribution is seasoned with grace and wisdom. Martin’s chapters alone are worth the price of admission.

If you’re a Christian who struggles with doubt because of unexpected heartache, loss, disillusionment or tragedy, this book will encourage you.

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This post is part of the sponsored Patheos Book Club.

*** Also check out Joel Miller’s post on Parenting and Our Constant Need of Grace  and Adrian Warnock’s post on what he likes about the new Pope – a word for all Christians.

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