Simple Faith by Margaret Silf
Moving Beyond Religion as You Know It to Grow in Your Relationship with God

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For many people, faith is based on creeds, doctrine, and head knowledge. It's about mastering the "facts" and having the "right" answers. But best-selling author Margaret Silf believes that faith is not about mastery but about mystery, and that living in that mystery allows us to properly shift our focus from religion to relationship�a relationship with the Divine.

In Simple Faith, Silf encourages us to rethink many of the teachings on faith that may be holding us back from the joy and freedom that can be found only in a meaningful experience of God. Through her thought-provoking, even surprising, answers to common questions about faith�Is it true that God is love? Why do bad things happen to good people? Why did Jesus have to die?�she advocates radically simple yet profound beliefs that are based ina new, liberating understanding of faith itself.

Ultimately, Simple Faith, moves us beyond the complexities of conventional religion and clears the path for us to grow in a life-changing relationship with God.


About Margaret Silf

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Margaret Silf is a popular retreat director and the author of many books, including The Other Side of Chaos, Inner Compass, and Close to the Heart.
Published January 1, 2012 by Loyola Press. 83 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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Margaret Silf is a popular retreat leader, a columnist for America magazine, and a prolific author of many books including At Sea with God.

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