Finding An Unseen God
Truth is dead. God never lived. Life is filled with pain. Death is the end of life.These beliefs formed Alicia Britt Chole's worldview as a young woman. "I sincerely believed that there was no God," she says. "As a young...
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Truth is dead. God never lived. Life is filled with pain. Death is the end of life.These beliefs formed Alicia Britt Chole's worldview as a young woman. "I sincerely believed that there was no God," she says. "As a young atheist, I simply considered myself a realist who preferred unanswered questions over fairy tales." Then one day, without warning, Alicia's atheistic worldview was shattered. Creatively written, Finding an Unseen God opens a window into Alicia's surprising spiritual journey. With warmth, intellect, and compassion, Alicia invites us to carefully consider what we believe and do not believe, while she paints a vivid portrait of a God who relentlessly pursues even those who deny him. "Alicia's heartfelt and thoughtful words penetrate the soul and make you feel and think in new ways."
- Mark Batterson, author of In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day
A gifted speaker, reflective author, and seasoned mentor, Alicia Britt Chole relishes every messy moment of life with her tribe of five in the Ozarks of Missouri.
Finding an Unseen God is a vulnerable and thought-provoking telling of Alicia Chole's journey from confident atheism to sincere faith in Jesus. Describing herself as a "fierce realist who prefers unanswered questions over fairy tales," Chole explores the mystery of belief. In short, conversational chapters that engage the heart and mind, she invites readers to consider how their portrait of God came into being and to compare it with The Original.
ALICIA BRITT CHOLE was an argumentative atheist when she was confronted with the truth of the gospel and accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior in 1983. Alicia speaks to leaders, women's groups, ministers, and college students concerning a wide array of issues facing Christians today. Her books include Pure Joy and Until The Whole World Knows. She and her husband Barry have a son and a daughter.