What Does It All Mean? brings together into one volume three previous works on belief and its challenges: Where the Hell Is God?, Why Bother Praying, and What Are We Doing on Earth for Christ's Sake? This work revises, restructures, edits, augments, and develops the early works into a single coherent case for belief. It does not shy away from the biggest challenges to faith inside and outside of the Church, but outlines a contemporary and accessible response to the issues that confront and sometimes confound believers today.
It has an index for easy and quick reference
It is a book on serious topic which is not intimidating
It fills a gap in the literature
It is concise, accessible, fresh and engaging, based upon experience
It is a gift to give to believer and nonbeliever alike
About the Author
Richard Leonard, SJ, is a Jesuit of the Australian Province. He is the director of the Australian Catholic Office for Film & Broadcasting and a consultant to the Australian Catholic Bishops' Media Council. He combines his film scholarship with an active writing and lecturing career in the areas of liturgy, cinema, culture, and religion. He has a master's degree in systematic theology and a doctorate in cinema studies.