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Why I Try to Believe: An Experiment in Faith, Life and Stubborn by [Brown, Nathan]
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Prompted by a friend’s public experiments with faith and non-faith, Nathan Brown set out to explore his own life-long experiment with trying to believe. Part memoir of faith, part “personal apologetic,” Why I Try to Believe suggests why faith might be important, and how it can offer hope and purpose to both our lives and our world.

“I came away from this book reinvigorated by the revolutionary hope that practicing faith can bring. There are many reasons to believe and Nathan has outlined them. But he’s also been honest about why it is still hard, and how persisting despite that difficulty is rewarding and transformative.”—Dr Lisa Clark Diller, Professor of history, Southern Adventist University

“Each of us who choose to believe has a journey of faith that is ours alone. No journey is identical. Nathan Brown has poignantly described his journey of belief in an authentic account that is both personal and very readable.”—Dr Barry Oliver, President, South Pacific Division, Seventh-day Adventist Church

Nathan Brown is a writer and editor, based near Melbourne, Australia. He has written as a magazine editor, novelist and blogger, and continues to write regularly for publications and websites around the world.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 692 KB
  • Print Length: 102 pages
  • Publisher: Signs Publishing (19 February 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
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3.0 out of 5 starsTries to beleive or beleive he tries?
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