How Science and the Supernatural Changed My Life
“One day one of my professors asked me if it was true that I was a Bible-believing Christian. When I answered yes, his polite, upbeat attitude instantly turned rude and arrogant. In front of my peers, he insulted my intelligence, belittled my faith, and discredited the Bible. To him there was absolutely no doubt that science and academia had shown the pure ‘insanity of such belief,’” writes author Max Davis.
Written from his journalistic point of view, The Insanity of Unbelief is a result of the author’s 30-year walk from childlike belief, to skepticism, and finally deep, secure faith. The contents are based on his expert and thorough research of solid facts versus what many atheists, agnostics, and even some believers tout.
Different from other apologetic books is the addition of true, documented, supernatural experiences and miracles making a compelling—and exciting—argument for the reality and power of God!
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About the Author
Max Davis holds degrees in Journalism and Theology. He is the author of more than twenty books and has been featured on The Today Show, The 700 Club, and in USA Today. He has developed The Insanity of Unbelief Seminar for churches and organizations worldwide. Max and his wife, Alanna, live near Baton Rouge, Louisiana. To learn more, visit www.MaxDavisBooks.com.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 An Unlikely Skeptic 13
Chapter 2 Some Pretty Good Company 23
Chapter 3 "But Mommy, When was God Born?" 35
Chapter 4 Do Bona Fide, Provable Miracles Still Happen Today? 43
Chapter 5 The Enemy is Real, Really Real 87
Chapter 6 Hearing God's Voice or Just Hearing Voices? 99
Chapter 7 A Truly Supernatural Book 135
Chapter 8 When Bad Things Happen and Evil Appears to Triumph 179
Chapter 9 What Sets People Free 205
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Within the first five pages I was hooked. I had to go on and read the entirety of Max Davis’ book “The Insanity of Unbelief” which tells of his own spiritual journey from belief to skepticism to deep faith through the eyes and experiences of a journalist. The book relates inspiring stories of real life encounters with Jesus, incredible miracles of healing with documented medical records, powerful evidence and solid facts required in journalistic writing. Stories of answered prayer are engaging and uplifting backed up with powerful evidence. Davis carefully details the criteria of how a journalist is trained to break down the facts as he applies the approach to the illustrations used throughout the book. He also provides the reader with guidelines for safely discerning God’s voice, archaeological evidence of the supernatural nature of the Bible and the fulfillment of prophecy of Jesus as the promised Messiah. Davis writes with clarity and passion to encourage believers and those whom God is drawing to Himself. “The Insanity of Unbelief: A Journalist’s Journey from Belief to Skepticism to Deep Faith” is moving and scholarly, thought provoking, and compassionate addressing the uncertainties of exceptionally intelligent people with doubts about their own beliefs. Davis delivers an important message to a politically correct, culturally relevant, media driven society. A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.