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  • Published: 15 July 2009
  • ISBN: 9781400071012
  • Imprint: Christian/Forum
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 240
  • RRP: $26.99

Everything You Always Wanted To Know About God (But Were Afraid T



We all have questions about God. But very few of us get the answers we’re looking for–if those answers even exist! Do they? Where (in heaven’s name) do you go to find out?

Eric Metaxas understands. That’s why he’s written this refreshingly down-to-earth take on the big questions everyone asks (but not always out loud).

Finally a book that takes questions about God seriously enough to get silly (where appropriate). Wonderfully conversational and often very funny, this book joins you in wondering:
·How can a good God create a world that has evil and suffering?
·Is God anti-sex?
·Doesn’t science make God obsolete?
·What’s the real story on miracles?
·If God is everywhere, why go to church?
·Don’t we already have God within us?
·Isn’t God too busy running the universe to care about the details of my day?
·What does the Bible say about things like UFOs, ESP, and the afterlife–and what about Bigfoot?

These questions (and many more like them) get straight answers that don’t hide behind dull and confusing theological language. So get the lowdown on the big questions everyone asks–but please try not to laugh (because it’s a very serious topic).

  • Published: 15 July 2009
  • ISBN: 9781400071012
  • Imprint: Christian/Forum
  • Format: Trade Paperback
  • Pages: 240
  • RRP: $26.99

About the author

Eric Metaxas

Eric Metaxas has written numerous award-winning and best-selling children’s books, as well as scripts for VeggieTales videos. A graduate of Yale University, his writing has been published in Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times, Books & Culture, and featured on Chuck Colson’s Breakpoint radio program. He is a popular guest on various radio and television programs and lives in New York City with his wife and daughter.

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Praise for Everything You Always Wanted To Know About God (But Were Afraid T

“Quick, witty, engaging, and often profound. These are words I use to describe my friend and one-time colleague Eric Metaxas. This little book is vintage Metaxas. Good and profitable reading.”

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