The search for dignity is a titanic struggle, an epic adventure, prodded by a pain that will not go away. Modern man has an aching void. The emptiness we feel cannot be relieved by one more gourmet meal or another snort of cocaine. We must search further and probe deeper if the haunting cries of indignity are to be silenced. Ours must be a transcendent quest—going beyond the trivial to the ultimate questions of our worth as human beings.
R. C. Sproul writes this book for Christians and for anyone else who shares in the search. He explores the human cry for dignity, the deep desire for significance, the hallowed longing for love and respect, and he touches the aching void in the home, the school, the hospital, the prison, the church, and the workplace.
- 264 pages
- © 2001
- ISBN 9780875527017