You may be hostile to the God of the Bible. Maybe the church and its representatives have done you great harm. You may be overwhelmed by the suffering of the world and resentful of a God who claims to be in charge of the mess.
Or you may be a dutiful Christian whose faith has become dry and stale. You are going through the motions, but your heart is not engaged. Do you have doubts and questions you hesitate to voice?
John K. LaShell draws on insights from one of colonial America’s great thinkers, Jonathan Edwards, to demonstrate the attractiveness of God. He writes for two kinds of readers: those who suspect God is unlovely, and those who want to love Him more.
Whether you think of yourself as an ex-Christian, an interested, thoughtful outsider to the Christian faith or a struggling believer, The Beauty of God will challenge you to think—and hope—again.