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Faith Among the Faithless Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad
By Mike Cosper
Published by Thomas Nelson
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On 9/10 Laura Ringrose wrote: Faith Among the Faithless explores whether Christianity can survive a secular age. Mike Cosper juxtaposes our modern society with the story of Esther from the Bible. This was an interesting and thought-provoking read which focused on the belief that God may be hidden but He is never absent. While this ... Thought Provoking
On 9/6 Merissa Alink wrote: I'm not sure what I was expecting from this book but I couldn't put it down! I found myself reading all of the chapters in Esther as I was reading through the book. I loved the dramatized "scenes" that really helped me see the book of Esther in a new light. The topics covered in the book are so relevant ... Much Better Than I Expected!
On 8/17 steven.dresen wrote: What can Christian’s today learn from a Jewish girl who became a queen thousands of years ago? A lot actually as Cosper reveals in this book that follows the life of Esther drawing and fleshing out the implications her life has for believers in a world that isn’t that different from the world she ... Faith Among the Faithless: A Review
On 7/12 Journey of Faith wrote: Yesterday was book mail for me, I received a copy of Faith Among the Faithless - Learning From Esther How To Live In A World Gone Mad by Mike Cosper. This is the first book I have read of his, he is a really talented writer! They way he interwove the book of Ester and more from the Bible, along with ... Book Review: Faith Among the Faithless...
On 7/11 JournalofaBibliophile wrote: In Faith Among the Faithless, Mike Cosper takes the well-loved story of Esther and connects it to the post-Christian world we live in today. Cosper intertwines his fresh retelling with commentary regarding our culture, and includes historical Jewish/Persian cultural details that really add to the story ... Can Christians survive a secular age without compromise in an increasingly hostile society?
On 6/21 Chris Land wrote: The book of Esther is one of my favorite books of the Bible. I love the story of how God used a girl who did not want to be queen to rescue his people from the impending danger that was coming their way. Granted, Esther is the only book in the Bible that does not mention God's name, we can see His sovereignty ... Book Review: Faith Among The Faithless by Mike Cosper
On 6/3 Gary W wrote: FAITH AMONG THE FAITHLESSLearning From Esther How to Live in a World Gone MadBy Mike CosperMike Cosper shares a different point-of-view of the book of Esther, one that most people may not have thought of, it shows how Christians of today are similar to the Jews of Esther’s time. The way the world is ... Faith among the faithless
On 6/1 Jon Gibson wrote: One of the most difficult things that I have found when reading the Bible is remembering to look at the contents based on context of both writers and readers (or hearers). I often find myself jumping right to how what I read applies to me today rather than processing just how the original readers received ... Faith Among the Faithless - A Book Review
On 5/24 jordan_wootten wrote: In the pages of Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad, Cosper seeks to do several things with the story of Esther found in the Scriptures. First, he offers the reader an imaginative re-telling of the biblical account of Esther. In his re-telling of this historical ... A Better Way of Being in the World
On 5/19 Lovely Loveday wrote: Today's society allows you to say what you think but for a Christian, you usually get a negative response when talking about Scripture and sharing your love of God. Faith Among the Faithless: Learning from Esther How to Live in a World Gone Mad by Mike Cosper is an interesting read that compares today's ... A lovely read that lets you know you are not alone.