If so, this book is for you. Thinking About God is written to explain, in non-theological language, what some of God is all about. It is a series of short meditations on some of the major words that we find in talk about faith, meditations in which the author re-images these words into more conventional language, language to which most of us can relate.
Thinking About God believes that at the heart of the human experience is imagination, and at the heart of imagination is our picture of God. It aims to encourage you to look again at who God can be in your life, to inspire you to reconsider any misconceptions you may have about spirituality or the fact of Jesus in the human experience, to open yourself to new avenues of understanding in your perceptions of the larger forces that govern our lives.
Thinking About God believes that we all are on journeys, really, ever seeking to enlarge our comprehension of who we are and where we are going. Its author shares his meditations as a fellow traveler, a traveler, mind you, who feels as if he has found something permanently spiritually transforming, but a traveler who is very much aware that others continue, by choice, to search for their spiritual destiny.
Indeed, it is to all of these travelers that the author dedicates this book.