Item description for Finding a Faith That Make Sense by R. Scott Colglazier...
Overview "This book is written for those who sit in the pews Sunday after Sunday, for people who would like to learn a little more, think about their faith a little more clearly, get started in the journey of Christian growth." from the author's introduction In simple, straightforward language, a working minister introduces spiritual seekers to a faith that is balances, coherent, and sensible. Four sections cover the theological basics of the Bible, God and prayer, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. Each chapter begins with a reflection text and ends with questions for personal or group study
Publishers Description A working pastor introduces spiritual seekers to a faith that is balanced and sensible. Four sections cover the Bible, God, prayer, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit.
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More About R. Scott Colglazier
R. Scott Colglazier is senior minister at First Congregational Church of Los Angeles, and author of several books, including A Larger Hope: Opening the Heart to God, Finding a Faith That Makes Sense, Circling the Divine, and Touchstones from Chalice Press.
Reviews - What do customers think about Finding a Faith That Make Sense?
An excellent book for small groups, etc. Nov 24, 2005
If your congregation is looking for high quality curriculum on the basics of Christianity for use in small groups and Sunday school classes then this is the book for you. Colglazier's talent in the pulpit has been transferred to book form in this marvelous collection of essays. This book is great for people who are new to the Christian faith and it is an excellent resource for someone who needs a refresher on Christianity.
Stay away from Dr. Scott Colglazier and his books! Jul 12, 2005
This is one of the worst books I have ever read. (Next to Touchstones) and again, I can't believe that I finished it! This book is such a waste of time, I could not suggest it to anyone, please do not waste you money on this book, It does not feed your desire or knowledge or truth, I would tell any one that wants to read this to stay away and to buy something with some meat it in i.e Thomas Watson, or Dr J. Vernon McGee.
Pap Feb 15, 2004
Authors should be forced to be honest in packaging their product. This book surely is a reworking of some nice, inoffensive Sunday sermons. One would be challenged to find anything new in it. Preachers, especially, need to resist the temptation to write (or at least publish) books if they have little or nothing to say. Mr. Colglazier must surely be a nice man, but that must surely be about it.
A Reader Apr 9, 2002
Although the author surely has good intentions, his efforts result in an overly simplistic book. Surely one can combine faith with intellectual integrity at a more compelling and challenging level.
Roadmap for Your Journey Aug 1, 2000
This work is perfect for anyone that is beginning to take a spiritual inventory of their life, starting to question their understanding of faith, or ready to broaden their spiritual life. Each chapter is written like a beatifully crafted sermon that quickly makes the author's point, gives interesting real life illustrations, and ends with discussion questions and a charge to the reader. This book not only will broaden one's own spiritual understanding, but if read in a group, will inspire great dialogue and build relationships within the group as each member deals with their evolving understanding of faith. This is a book for someone who is beginning to question, beginning to search, beginning their journey of faith.