This Reading Collection includes:
Jesus, A Layman’s Primer | Trinity Forum Co-Founder Al McDonald gives a layman’s perspective on the life of Jesus based on his own serious investigations, answering questions posed to him by friends and associates over the years regarding his faith.
The Strangest Story in the World | Excerpts from The Everlasting Man, one of G.K. Chesterton’s most widely read books, offering Chesterton’s view of human history and its radical alteration after the coming of Christ.
The Wager | Pascal’s wager, taken from his book Pensees, is not an argument for the existence of God—a cold, mathematician’s proof—but for the importance of caring about life and seeking and believing.
Wrestling With God | Includes two letters and a short allegorical tale by Simone Weil, chronicling her unlikely path to belief, her compassion for the world’s afflicted, and the joy she finds in God’s incredible and indiscriminate love
The Grand Inquisitor | This endlessly thought-provoking section from Fyodor Dostoevsky’s novel The Brothers Karamazov, “The Legend of the Grand Inquisitor,” is one of the world’s greatest novelist’s answer to humanity’s greatest riddle – our own existence.