Dealing with Doubt is a book written by Gary Habermas, a Christian apologist and philosopher. In the book, Habermas addresses the issue of doubt and how it can affect one's Christian faith. He has written extensively on issues related to faith and belief. Herein he discusses the various causes of doubt, including intellectual and emotional challenges, and offers guidance and strategies on how to navigate and overcome doubt while rebuilding one's faith. The book is aimed at readers who are struggling with doubts about their faith or who are seeking to strengthen their faith and better understand how to respond to doubt. Habermas seeks to help readers understand the nature of doubt, identify its sources, and find ways to overcome it through a more in-depth understanding of Christian teachings and practices. Dealing with Doubt is likely to be of interest to those who are struggling with doubt in their own faith or who are seeking to help others who may be dealing with doubt. It is written from a Christian perspective and offers a defense of Christian beliefs.
- Publisher: Christian Publishing House (December 20, 2022)
- Language: English
- Paperback: 220 pages
- ISBN-13: 979-8370612961
- Item Weight: 10.7 ounces
- Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Gary R. Habermas is Distinguished Research Professor and chair of the Department of Philosophy at Liberty University. He also teaches in the Ph.D. program in theology and apologetics at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary. He earned the Ph.D. at Michigan State University and the M.A. from the University of Detroit.
He has authored, coauthored, or edited thirty-nine books and contributed more than sixty-five chapters or articles to other books. He has also written well over one hundred articles and reviews for journals and other publications. While his chief areas of research (and the topic of twenty of his books) are issues related to Jesus' resurrection, he has also published frequently on the afterlife, near death experiences, as well as the subjects of suffering and religious doubt.
Over the past fourteen years, he has often been a visiting or adjunct professor, having taught courses at some fifteen different graduate schools and seminaries in the United States and abroad. He and his wife, Eileen, have seven children and thirteen grandchildren, all of whom live in Lynchburg, Virginia.