How Can It Be All Right When Everything is All Wrong?
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About "How Can It Be All Right When Everything is All Wrong?"
This book is concerned with the experience of real believing. The author examines what it means - and how it feels - to get in touch with the kind of believing you do with your deepest self, down deep where your primeval feelings flow. The thinking part is not all that hard. I can think of arguments for God in my sleep. It is the feeling part that comes hard, the part that lets you know in the deep places of your soul that it is alright, even when your head tells you that it is all ghastly.;It is about the gift of grace, and Smedes aims to show the reader how to discover hints of grace in his/her own emotional responses.
Meet the Author
Lewis B. Smedes, former professor of theology and ethics at Fuller Theological Seminary, is the author of numerous books, including Forgive and Forget, Mere Morality, The Art of Forgiving, Choices, My God and I, Shame and Grace, and How Can It Be All Right When Everything Is All Wrong?