Many people are torn by the decision about belief in God; others seem to have left belief far behind; more are constantly seeking. In this book, we meet four people: two are believers and two are not. In conversations with them, the author explores experiences of religious belief and unbelief. He shows that to believe in God is a reasonable decision and one that can be sustained. He concludes with a personal account of his own belief.
About the Author
Maurice Reidy is a priest of the Archdiocese of Dublin. He has lectured in Moral Theology in Holy Cross College, Clonliffe, and further afield. He is the author of several books including Foundation for a Medical Ethics and Freedom to be Friends. Now retired from active ministry due to illness, this experience continues to widen and deepen his perspectives on faith.