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AFTER DOUBT How to Question Your Faith without Losing It A. J. Swoboda Foreword by John Mark Comer
This book offers a hopeful, practical vision for questioning your faith without losing it.
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A. J. SWOBODA (PhD, University of Birmingham) is assistant professor of Bible, theology, and world Christianity at Bushnell University and leads a Doctor of Ministry cohort on the Holy Spirit and leadership at Fuller Theological Seminary.
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On the Spectrum debunks myths about autism with a realistic yet hope-filled deep dive into the heart, mind, and life of an autistic Christian.
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