From Faith to Doubt is the memoir of how the author's attempt to face his doubts honestly while maintaining his youthful commitment to the family religion led him into the profession of philosophy and, eventually, a life of skepticism. He concludes that a life of honest doubt is morally superior to a contrived faith and that, contrary to what his religion taught, it would also be preferred by a good God--if one exists.
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About the Author
Wallace Murphree turned to philosophy in search of answers to questions that derailed his intention to become a Methodist minister. Now, after more than three decades as a professor of philosophy, he and his wife have retired to the rural Alabama county where they met in grade school.