Faith is something that is embedded in the human condition. Belief in a higher power is something that humanity as a whole has always sought after. Faith can be cultivated if it seems to have been lost.
The religious impulse seems to be rooted in the biology of the brain. Evidence suggests that faith is not a delusion or a manifestation of wishful thinking but rather a chain of neurological events that can be objectively observed, recorded, and actually photographed. For lack of a better term, God is hard-wired into the human brain.
This mini-book, an abridged adaptation of Pillars of Faith, attempts to clearly explain reasonable approaches to belief in God, as well as addressing some of the hang-ups and hesitations which are common in our society, such as bad things happening to good people. I believe that the spiritual seeker and skeptic alike will be able open their minds to the existence of God. In addition to being a starting point for those who find themselves at the potential beginning of their spiritual journey, this book also offers the faithful person a resource to solidify his own beliefs and outlooks.