Takes readers on an exploration of morality, mortality, why we do good and why evil sometimes triumphs to challenge readers to start a conversation about God and ask questions—no matter how inconclusive the answers.
A new book tries to describe the inner terrain of agnostics who crave spiritual lives but don't necessarily find them in religion. It just might offer comfort for those who wander during the holiday season.
As a boy, Michael Krasny believed God was watching him. Then, in his teen years, he discovered science — and skepticism. In Spiritual Envy: An Agnostic's Quest, the public radio host writes that he has longed for a God he could believe in, but simply hasn't found one.