Rumors of Another World: What on Earth are We Missing?

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Zondervan, 2003 - Apologetics - 262 pages
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Philip Yancey believes we are missing the supernatural hidden in everyday life. He investigates the natural world and discovers the supernatural hiding in plain view. Nature and super nature are not two separate worlds, but different expressions of the same reality. To encounter the world as a whole, we need a more supernatural awareness of the natural world. He promises that the grace-filled result will be a life of beauty, purpose, freedom, and faith.

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Review: Rumors of Another World: What on Earth Are We Missing?

User Review  - Michael Hsu - Goodreads

Humanity is obsessed with the visible world and in the process becoming increasingly skeptical of anything requiring faith. So this is a refreshing and convincing book to support the idea that an unseen world does exist. I enjoyed reading this book very much. Read full review

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User Review  - David Campton - Goodreads

As with most of Yancey's books this one displays his journalistic eye for a good story or quotation, and so it will prove a profitable ground for a preacher seeking sermon material (although you may ... Read full review


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Philip Yancey is a journalist and writer who writes a featured column in Christianity Today. The author of more than a dozen books. He is the recipient of a Christianity Today Book of the Year Award, two ECPA Book of the Year Awards, and eleven Gold Medallions. He lives in Evergreen, Colorado.

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