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A New Way of Seeing


Format: Paperback, Electronic
Author: Pierce Alexander Marks
Category: Theology
Published: June 25, 2024


Despite many warnings, the larger public has just now become aware that moderns are suffering from a crisis of meaning, in which everything we do and are can come to seem meaningless, futile, and absurd. We may doubt not only the meaningfulness of our lives, but whether meaning, value, and goodness exist at all.

That is where this book comes in. Within, forgotten elements of the Christian moral paradigm are described in their most basic details, and offered as a solution to the meaning crisis. Far from being rare, meaning and value in life are, if Christianity is true, unavoidable. For all of creation—all of reality—is good, beautiful, loveable, meaningful and even divine. Our perception that life is meaningless is, then, merely a self-centered blindness, an inability to see what is right in front of us.


Refreshing and provocative

“Marks challenges us here specifically in the American West to look at how we view life, and why we think the way we do. In this book, he shows us the downstream, 2nd and 3rd order effects of our post-enlightenment, compartmentalized way of seeing the world, where we neatly put beliefs into certain categories.

— Amazon Reviewer