“God Is In the Doubt is a reading experience like unto a visit to an Amusement Park. You’ll reach your hands toward the heavens as you take the drop with David on the rollercoaster of the human experience. […] But like any ride, there is the moment you get on and the moment you get off of it. So it is with each chapter and the experiences you’ll have. David doesn’t leave the reader on a ride spinning out of control, rather he helps to secure a two-fisted grip on the sovereignty of a God who can handle our doubts.” – Tony Nolan
Growing up in the church and seeing many acts of faith does not shield against doubt. David recounts personal miracles and repeated assaults on his faith leading to a spiritual meltdown.
In a desperate attempt to know what is true, David fights for knowledge as his faith crumbles. He takes an honest look at infertility, child loss, and suicide to buck the cultural norms. Thinking God might not be whom we think He is, a familiar face awaits.
Computer and math nerd since puberty, David lives and works from his home near Atlanta with his wife of 30 years and daughter. When not there, he is often stargazing while camping and hiking around North Georgia or pondering Einstein’s time dilation formula while at the beach.