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Sharon Dirckx

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  • Why : Looking At God, Evil And Personal Suffering

    $23.99

    Why do bad things happen in our world? Why does God allow suffering? If he exists, why doesn’t he do something?

    Of all the hurdles to faith, suffering must be the greatest. But how do we answer the question of ‘Why?’ in a credible, satisfying way?

    In this revised and updated edition of an award-winning book that has helped thousands in their journey of faith, scientist Sharon Dirckx explores some of the most agonizing and bewildering questions we all ask. With compassionate warmth and insight, she offers advice to help us cope with suffering and difficulties. Alongside, she interweaves her own experiences and the personal stories of individuals who have faced some of life’s toughest challenges, showing us that it is possible to believe in a powerful loving God and acknowledge the reality of evil and suffering.

    Why? is a book for anyone who has questioned how suffering and a compassionate God can coexist. It will help you better understand the nature of God in Christianity, and will equip you to answer the question of ‘Why?’ with confidence and clarity. It is also an ideal apologetics book to give to friends and family just beginning on their faith journey or who are struggling and looking for answers.

    If you have ever asked or wondered why God allows suffering, Sharon Dirckx’s gentle wisdom in Why? will help you see life from a new perspective – one that makes more, not less, sense of our hurting world.?

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  • Soy Solo Un Cerebro – (Spanish)

    $8.99

    Sharon Dirckx en Soy solo un cerebro? explica como la investigacion moderna esta descubriendo cada vez mas detalles de lo que es nuestro cerebro y como funciona. Estamos viviendo, pensando en criaturas que llevan con nosotros una increible supercomputadora organica en nuestras cabezas.

    Pero, cual es la relacion entre nuestro cerebro y nuestra mente, y en ultima instancia, nuestro sentido de identidad como persona? Somos mas que maquinas? Es el libre albedrio una ilusion? Tenemos un alma?

    La investigadora de imagenes cerebrales Sharon Dirckx expone la comprension actual de quienes somos de biologos, filosofos, teologos y psicologos, y seala una imagen mas amplia que sugiere respuestas a las preguntas fundamentales de nuestra existencia. No solo “que soy?”, sino “quien soy?” y “por que soy?”

    Lea este libro para obtener informacion valiosa sobre lo que la investigacion moderna nos dice acerca de nosotros mismos, o para desafiar a un amigo esceptico con la idea de que somos meramente seres materiales que viven en un mundo material.

    Am I Just My Brain?

    Sharon Dirckx in Am I Just My Brain? Explain how Modern research is uncovering more and more detail of what our brain is and how it works. We are living, thinking creatures who carry around with us an amazing organic supercomputer in our heads.

    But what is the relationship between our brains and our minds–and ultimately our sense of identity as a person? Are we more than machines? Is free-will an illusion? Do we have a soul?

    Brain Imaging Scientist Sharon Dirckx lays out the current understanding of who we are from biologists, philosophers, theologians and psychologists, and points towards a bigger picture that suggests answers to the fundamental questions of our existence. Not just “What am I?”, but “Who am I?”–and “Why am I?”

    Read this book to gain valuable insight into what modern research is telling us about ourselves, or to give a skeptical friend to challenge the idea that we are merely material beings living in a material world.

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  • Am I Just My Brain

    $16.99

    Modern research is uncovering more and more detail of what our brain is and how it works. We are living, thinking creatures who carry around with us an amazing organic supercomputer in our heads.

    But what is the relationship between our brains and our minds?”???”and ultimately our sense of identity as a person? Are we more than machines? Is free-will an illusion? Do we have a soul?

    Brain scientist Sharon Dirckx lays out the current understanding of who we are from biologists, philosophers, theologians and psychologists, and points towards a bigger picture, that suggests answers to the fundamental questions of our existence. Not just “What am I?,” but “Who am I?”?”???”and “Why am I?”

    Read this book to gain valuable insight into what modern research is telling us about ourselves, or to give a sceptical friend to challenge the idea that we are merely material beings living in a material world.

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