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Keep Going: Overcoming Doubts about Your Faith Paperback – June 8, 2008
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"In the book Keep Going, Neil Martin displays a keen understanding of the difficulties people find in the Christian faith. He addresses these issues clearly, logically, and pastorally. I pray that God will enable it to reach a large audience." --John Frame, professor of systematic theology and philosophy, Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando
"Neil Martin brings a disciplined mind and a well-traveled heart to focus on the struggles endemic to authentic, growing faith. 'Keep Going' is captivating, compelling, convincing -- and liberating! I wish that this important book could be in the hands of every earnest young Christian." --R. Kent Hughes, senior pastor emeritus, College Church, Wheaton, IL
About the Author
Neil Martin is a senior designer at IDEO in London.
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Martin writes from a reformed theological perspective. As the extensive bibliography makes clear, this man has read a lot and he's read widely. Wonderfully he's gleaned from the greats the very best that there is to offer. Martin's ability to express complex truth in straightforward language is something to admire and perhaps covet! The chapter on divine sovereignty and human responsibility is brilliant and something I've returned to on more than one occasion.
But this is not a detached theological treatise on intellectual doubt. It's warm and pastorally apposite, as befits someone who has had to battle these issue for himself. It was written to help fellow strugglers persevere in the Christian faith and trust God when the questions fly round in our heads. But I've also found it helpful in giving to thoughtful unbelieving friends who want to engage with a cogent presentation of the Christian faith.
If you've not got it. Buy it. Then buy another copy. And give it away!
That being said: if you know someone who is wrestling with "WHY", this is a very encouraging book. It reassures those who intellectually or emotionally question their faith that it is ok to work through those questions. More importantly, it provides great arguments in defense of biblical faith.