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Reviewed by Adanna Ora for Readers' Favorite
Faith is described in the book of Hebrews as "the substance of things hoped for" and "the evidence of things not seen." In The Evidence of Things Unseen: Faith Revealed in a Family, in a Community and a Nation, Jerry Aveta describes it as the intersection of the natural with the supernatural. He discusses how faith is revealed in the family, community, and nation. Jerry provides answers to issues that trouble our faith and our community as a whole by drawing on his experience in his marriage, ministry, and career. There is a reader's guide section that facilitates group conversations. A synopsis of each chapter is provided in this part, along with discussion initiating questions. A searchable index allows readers to retrieve words from the book quickly.
Despite being a faith-based book, The Evidence of Things Unseen is one of the most practical books I have ever read. I adored the author's realism and approach to real-life challenges. He offers an objective and non-judgmental point of view. People may learn how to handle problems through this. His abortion argument was one of the book's most intriguing and eye-opening sections. The author's anecdotes were another thing that I loved. Almost every lesson Jerry Aveta presented had a corresponding anecdote, which was often instructive. I enjoyed his viewpoints regarding matters of religion, ministry, and politics. He will help so many people by being candid about the difficulties of his marriage and ministry and by giving them strategies for overcoming those barriers. I found this book to be such a blessing, and I do not doubt that you will too.