INTO THE UNKNOWN: MORE THAN EYE CAN SEE
Unknowns… we all have them. But what can we do about these ineludible mysteries we face?
Who am I—what is my purpose? Why is there so much evil in the world? Who is Jesus, really? What is the Church, and why is it important? What is prayer, and why do I need it?
Grappling with these questions and many more, Stuebe walks with the reader on a journey of thought. Using memoir, storytelling, philosophy, modern culture, and Biblical studies as his media, he approaches questions of life and faith head-on, with an invigorating blend of earnestness and humor.
In a powerfully encouraging way, Into the Unknown teaches that the unknowns of life need not restrain us from finding our true purpose and living it out. Sometimes all that’s required is a simple leap of faith.
PRAISE FOR UNKNOWN…
Here is another rare book written by someone taking the time to think, reflect, and muse about God and His intersection in our personal life. Stuebe’s account is thoughtful, well written, and complete with well placed quotes followed by insightful life observations, revealing what we all long to see and hear: God’s presence active in our lives. He keeps his views grounded in reality and connects his journey uniquely with Scripture. In Stuebe’s own words, we all ‘need a story of our own,’ and his story is a gripping tale of being transformed by a God who has made His huge imprint on Stuebe’s soul. Stuebe, for his part, was sensitive enough to discern God’s moving upon his heart. His book is story, observation, theology, personal history, and philosophically poignant. I feasted, and I enjoyed. Thanks, P. M. Stuebe, for taking the time to write and lay out a great work.
-JESS STRICKLAND, LEAD PASTOR
LIVING HOPE CHURCH, OREGON
Stuebe weaves together personal narrative, illustrations from literature and culture, and the Word of God to explore some of the important mysteries of what it means to be spiritually and bodily humans and servants of a living God. Readers willing to dive into this mystery with Stuebe as their guide will find the book worthwhile–both insightful and challenging.
-MATTHEW DICKERSON, AUTHOR
THE ROOD AND THE TORC: THE SONG OF KRISTINGE,
SON OF FIN, A HOBBIT JOURNEY: DISCOVERING THE ENCHANTMENT OF J.R.R. TOLKIEN’S MIDDLE-EARTH