Knowing Darkness

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  • Copyright: 2009-07-28
  • Publisher: Eerdmans Pub Co
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Too Often, Christians who find themselves feeling skeptical or melancholy are perplexed, troubled, or even ashamed. In Knowing Darkness Addison Hodges Hart provocatively argues that both skepticism and melancholy are not necessarily detrimental but can actually strengthen and deepen Christian faith.

Author Biography

Addison Hodges Hart is Parochial Vicar for the Newman Center at Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois, and a contributing editor for Touchstone magazine.

Table of Contents

Introduction Walking by Faith, Not by Sight: The Darkness of Mother Teresap. 1
Faith and Skepticismp. 16
Sorrow in the Kingdom of Godp. 30
The Bible's Kerouac: Ecclesiastesp. 51
Job and the Problem of Conventional Pietyp. 73
A Midwinter's Dark Night Dialogue on Friendshipp. 96
Concluding Unscientific Postscriptp. 126
Acknowledgmentsp. 136
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