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Overview Why do we need God when we seem to have all we need? The truth is we don't have to hit rock bottom to need God. Nathan Brown considers seven reasons life is better with God - proving that when things are bad, God can make them better; and when things are good, God makes them better still.
Publishers Description We don?t have to hit rock bottom to need God. No matter how good?or bad?life might seem, God still calls us to follow Him. This book ponders seven reasons life is better with God?when things are bad, God can make them better; when things are good, God makes them better still.
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Studio: Review & Herald Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.99" Width: 6.2" Height: 0.39" Weight: 0.48 lbs.
Release Date May 1, 2007
Publisher Review & Herald Publishing
ISBN 0812704363 ISBN13 9780812704365
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More About Nathan Brown
Nathan J. Brown is Professor of Political Science and International Affairs at The George Washington University. He is the author of "Constitutions in a Nonconstitutional World: Arab Basic Laws and the Prospects for Accountable Government "(2001), "The Rule of Law in the Arab World: Courts in Egypt and the Gulf "(1997), and "Peasant Politics in Modern Egypt: The Struggle against the State "(1990).
Nathan Brown was born in 1974 and has an academic affiliation as follows - The Institute of Cancer Research, Sutton, UK.
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Seven Reasons Life Is Better With God Jul 10, 2007
The strength of this book is Nathan Brown's writing and incisive observations. In its 49 brisk chapters, the book riffs seamlessly between popular culture, classic literature, and practical spirituality--from Culture Jam to Pascal's Pensees to the presence of joy at the end of the world. Brown is consistently well-read and well-grounded, a feat not to be taken lightly in the realm of spiritual writing.
What intrigues and beckons readers is Brown's unflinching admission of an existence strewed with pain and doubt combined with compelling evidence of grace and hope. He writes with logic and pathos about a balanced lifestyle that is devoid neither of problems nor redemptive possibilities.
Enjoy reading this book for a fresh look at reality, both seen and unseen.
From the back cover blurb (forgive the 5-star rating) May 21, 2007
We all have disappointments. But when things are going pretty well, why does the God-faith-religion-church thing matter?
Why do we need God when we seem to have all we need? Isn't religion just what old, poor, and sick people use to feel better about themselves? Isn't church just a bunch of hypocrites,--or, at best, people like you and me?
Christianity is often styled as an answer to our problems, particularly for those who have no options left. But what about those who seem to have everything going for them? who are well off, well fed, well educated, faced with many different opportunities, and apparently doing OK?
The truth is we don't have to hit rock bottom to need God. No matter how good--or bad--life might seem, God still calls us to follow Him. This book ponders seven reasons life is better with God--when things are bad, God can make them better; when things are good, God makes them better still. The truth is that God not only matters; He loves and cares for us.