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I’ve Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon’s Look at Faith, Doubt, and the Things We Think We Know

I’ve Seen the End of You: A Neurosurgeon’s Look at Faith, Doubt, and the Things We Think We Know

Captivating. Heart-wrenching. Honest. Absolutely worth reading.

This is a book worth your time--not just to read, but to think about and deeply consider for yourself.

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About the Book

Captivating. Heart-wrenching. Honest. Absolutely worth reading.

Because of my friendship with a NICU nurse and my husband’s health issues, the big issues presented within the book were nothing new to me. The balance between science and faith, the reality of the mortality of some diseases, the eternal hope in a healing God. And when the questions of faith and doubt storm into your front door and demand a personal audience . . .

I am not much of a crier, yet this book brought me to tears multiple times. His writing is conversational even when he enters the medical realm of diagnoses, keeping things at a level that a non-medical person can easily follow. The stories of his patients felt so real that I wanted to reach out and hug them or send a note of encouragement to them. The questions he struggled to nail down are universal, and he communicated them in a transparent way, inviting us to wrestle over the answers with him.

This is a book worth your time–not just to read, but to think about and deeply consider for yourself.

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Genres: Christian Death & Grief, NONFICTION
Publisher: WaterBrook
Publication Year: 2020
Length: 272
ASIN: B07QFN5RSG
ISBN: 9780525653219
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