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By: Geoffrey Ring

Musings on Faith by an Ordinary Bloke

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Have you ever found yourself wondering about the role of Faith in life? Questioned the relevance of Church, religion, or the existence of God, especially when faced with the world’s hardships? Or perhaps you’re grappling with religious studies homework and seeking some clarity.

This book offers a unique perspective from someone who isn’t ordained, doesn’t claim to be a theological expert, but is, as the title suggests, just an ordinary bloke. A bloke who has turned to his faith during tough times and found comfort and solace. Despite acknowledging the confusing and contradictory nature of faith, he believes he has uncovered some answers and is ready to share them.

Musings on Faith by an Ordinary Bloke provides a refreshingly honest insight into one person’s journey with faith. It’s an engaging read for anyone of any age seeking understanding and comfort when traditional avenues seem inadequate. This book isn’t about having all the answers; it’s about sharing the journey of finding them.

Geoffrey was born in East London in 1948 and grew up with his parents and two brothers in Winchmore Hill. He attended St Pauls C of E Primary School and, having failed his 11+, moved on to Winchmore Secondary Modern School. Here he studied for his O and A Level GCEs before taking up a place at City University to read Civil Engineering. A career with Consulting Engineers, Contractors but primarily Local Government served him well and, now retired, he lives with his wife in Buckinghamshire.

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