The Poetry of Sermons: Especially for Skeptics, Cynics and Seekers
The title of this book is predicated on the probability that within each of us, perhaps hiding in secret, dwells a skeptic, a cynic, and a seeker. The skeptic within thinks it knows some truth but isn't quite sure which is real truth and which may not be quite so true. The cynic within is confused by the distance between the beliefs that some profess and the behaviors and attitudes exhibited in their daily life. And the seeker within likes to feel encouraged to ask questions and to explore the mysteries that the unfolding wonder of life continually sets before us. Bringing all of these to the reading of the sermons will enrich the experience, sometimes stimulating deeper questions and sometimes offering inspiring insights.