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In this thoughtful reflection, Robin Arthur presents his perspectives on the God experience, addressing the conundrum of faith in Christ crucified, which St. Paul has told us is “a stumbling block to Jews and foolishness to Gentiles” (1 Cor. 1:23). We may ask how we can persevere in our faith when we are daily witnesses to human suffering and death. Arthur shows us that such perseverance is possible when we understand that the evils of this world are due to the misuse of our free will and that the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus provide the reason for our hope that the contrite sinner may be reconciled with God.
This book explores the paths that people have taken for centuries in order to spiritually encounter God in mystical realms, pursuing the faith experience, coming face-to-face with suffering and death, and seeking the purpose of life with a mature consciousness of where we come from and where we are going. Arthur’s thoughts are supported by testimonies of conversions of intellectuals, scientists, and others who have come to realize that faith and reason go hand in hand.