How did the religious impulse begin?Does Christian believing allow for scientific research?If moral behavior isn't a natural propensity, where did it come from?Christianity is large enough and deep enough to embrace all of our complex questions, doubts, andspeculations. What gets us nowhere is apathy, passively accepting a doctrinal adherence that we listento only on Sunday.Hofer's writing draws you into a vital relationship with the Lord that has thrived for almosttwenty-five years. Besides offering some daily doses of practical insight and inspiration, LivingLarge investigates the source of religious believing and the origin of moral behavior. It looks naturalscience directly in the eye. And it reflects the author's growing appreciation for the Old Testament.The fourth book in this series, Living Large follows the same format as Driving into theDawn, Yielding to Wonder and Turning Aside to See. It contains easy-to-read two-pagechapters, each opening with a psalm that leads to daily study.Hofer's first book, Power of Yielding, described her dramatic conversion experience and thelifetime pilgrimage that it initiated. She continues to read widely, journeying on, searching for similarspiritual awakenings and essential Christian truths.If you're ready to enrich your Christian faith with a greater understanding of what you believe, thisis the book for you.About the AuthorPatricia Hofer ended her high schoolteaching career in the early 1980s and found her way to Boston for a job with a publisher. Besideslearning to research and edit, she eventually had several articles published. After returning to Arizona,she taught freshman English and technical writing at Glendale Community College. Hofer is now retiredand living in the lovely mountain town of Payson, AZ. She is currently at work on her sixth book.