Christians, Non-Christians, and Empathy

How better understanding can lead to greater collaboration between believers and unbelievers
CLEVELAND - Jan. 27, 2024 - PRLog -- Can Christians and non-Christians develop greater empathy for each other's views and thereby embrace a more collaborative approach of peace and unity? Yes, and that is what the new book, entitled Divine Frustrations: Exploring the Most Challenging Complaints About God, is all about.

Professor and mental health counselor Jason L. Moore argues that there are both credible reasons for faith and legitimacy with doubt. Yet, many people see these realities as polar opposites. What Moore seeks to provide in his book is a balanced approach towards appreciation for both sides while minimizing the antagonistic posture taken by some believers and unbelievers towards each other.

The purpose of this book is twofold: first, for the non-religious person to develop greater understanding of and appreciation for interpretations of difficult topics from a biblical perspective. The second objective is for believers to gain greater empathy towards those who challenge their faith and thereby giving their critiques authentic consideration.

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