Christian Faith - Two Realities: A Collage of Impressions

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iUniverse, Oct 6, 2008 - Religion
How many people live on the edge of their faith-not only Christians, but people who call themselves by other names? Too many, it seems! If you want to reach real meaning in life, not just the glittering life we see in glossy magazines with cover photos of places one the other side of the world, read this book. Think about yourself somewhere in a public place, a mall or an airport. There might be a person who seems to see something beyond ordinary life. You wish you knew what that person knows about life, but just then, you have to leave, or that other interesting person walks away, and you wonder, "What did she (or he) see? I wish I knew." And then you wonder more-"Do I really see anyone the way I would like to see another person? Do I really see God?" This book is written to help you look inside-at what really counts in life.

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About the author (2008)

Kile is an engineer, theologian, and corporate futurist, as well as a parish pastor. Currently he is adult education director in a large Lutheran church, and also chairs a multinational committee of engineers studying international stability.

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