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While the loud voices at the margins adamantly declare faith either completely irrelevant or capable of being contained in one narrow ideology, most people get lost in the mix, feeling no certainty or comfort in either direction.

Faith Lies deconstructs the terrible notion that faithlessness and fundamentalism are our only options. Faith Lies is not an attack on the church or religion. It is an honest and reflective dialogue about very sensitive ideas - ideas that should lead us to freedom and love, but instead, too often, generate division and isolation.

©2020 Darrell Smith (P)2020 Darrell Smith

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Wonderful discussion of the Christian faith

The author has touched on a wonderful and thoughtful discourse about Christianity, it’s Hebraic roots and the honesty with which we must all approach our relationship with God. Instead of telling us how we “should” believe, Dr Smith instructs us to question and “wrestle” with those questions to deepen our relationship and understanding. Wonderful and refreshing read.