A Place for Faith
'A Place for Faith' is a collection of 160 of Gary C. Gibson's poems. The subjects range from Christian history, philosophical inquiries into the nature of being in time, phenomena about social conflicts, recent events, soteriology, end-times, faith, contemplation of the temporal world and its relation to eternity as well as the relation between contemporary physics and theology.
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