DO YOU EVER FEEL LIKE YOU ARE FROM THE WRONG SIDE OF THE SPIRITUAL TRACKS?
You see people on Sundays, heading to church, impeccably dressed and coiffed. Their lives seem perfect. These people seem so different from you.
To you, church is not a welcoming place. Your life's road has been paved with all kinds of potholes, and you've wrecked the car a number of times. You see the trappings of organized religion; and know that you do not fit into that mold. "I'm way past all that now; I've made too many mistakes," you may think. Perhaps you think that you aren't good enough for God.
You know that there is a God, somewhere. You observe the world around you and know that it can't all be explained by random biological processes. But the religious structure created by modern day Christianity has impeded your search. Christians explain all of it with Christianspeak, the strange terminology that only Christians can understand.
"The Reasonable Person- Due Process of Law, Logic and Faith" was written for people who have that spiritual itch—the feeling deep in your hearts that there must be something more. It demystifies Christian jargon, and provides a step-by-step guide to the logic behind and practice of Christian faith. The author, Steven Sedberry, is a practicing attrorney who examines the claims of Christianity using many of the same analytical tools used in law practice.
The good news is that you are good enough for God. This book will help you to understand why.