From Publishers Weekly
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"Many Christians experience doubt of their faith in the first years after accepting Christ. This book is for them." (ECIBA.org, February 13, 2008)
"It's a rare thing to find a theologian altogether thorough, brief, and satisfying. Irish author, theologian, and former atheist Alister McGrath offers a manageable first-read on addressing a new believer's doubts." (Modern Reformation, July/August 2007)
"McGrath deals intelligently and methodically with the stigmatized subject of doubt, clearly separating it from disbelief." (Church Libraries, Summer 2007)
"How do we contend with opposing worldviews? How do we deal with uncertainty about such fundamental things as God, Jesus Christ and the Bible? How do we deal with doubt about ourselves? All of these and other questions we struggle with on a daily basis are covered in eleven helpful chapters." (Jim Miller Review, August 13, 2007)
"McGrath writes in a conversational manner which makes this book accessible to a wide variety of readers. . . . [A]nyone with questions about the veracity of Christianity should benefit from reading this book." (Perspectives on Science and Christian Faith, September 2007)
"McGrath has a knack for giving us a good bird's eye view of broad ideas. For those of us who have lots of questions about God's perplexing interaction with humanity as well as those of us who are just plain skeptics. Doubting invites us to look deeper and to grow 'through the uncertainties of faith.'" (Relevant, November 2007)