What repercussions does this development have on society, children, the elderly, the ill? Whom do people allow first to be God? Who is our pilot? Is it the coach, the psychologist, the investment counselor? Who is supposed to support man in the future through his crisis, whether public or private? Who needs God? What does God provide? Can we truly live without faith or the Church? Why does the Church so often seem not to understand us and our needs?
These and many other questions posed to Christoph Cardinal Sch�nborn in this book are the questions asked today by many people who are searching for God and want to live the experience of faith.
"When people stop believing in God, they don't believe in nothing�they believe in anything."
� G. K. Chesterton