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Ronald Ragotzy contemplates life and reinvigorating faith in new book.

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We have the best of both worlds. We can see all the complexities in the world, but when it starts to overwhelm us we have faith to rest in, a perfect system.

Science and religion: sometimes opposites can help put things into perspective.

Ronald Ragotzy is a practicing physician with the highest regard for science and an even greater passion for faith and spirituality. Ragotzy provides readers with the tools to restore peace and comfort in their lives in his new spiritual guide, “Raising Abel.”

“I never found a religion that I was comfortable with, but I knew they all had common themes,” Ragotzy says. “The main themes centered around faith, and that is what I kept asking myself when I started reading the Bible again.”

Focusing on the Book of Genesis, “Raising Abel” explores how faith and human wisdom work together and demonstrates for readers where they are in their journey through faith and what they must do to advance.

Through the book, readers will regard Genesis 1-11 as a guide to reinvigorating their own relationship to faith, recognizing that wisdom is the key to experiencing life and faith is the key to being comforted when life becomes unbearable.

“We have the best of both worlds,” Ragotzy says. “We can see all the complexities in the world, but when it starts to overwhelm us we have faith to rest in, a perfect system.”

“Raising Abel: The Life of Faith” by Ronald Ragotzy
Hardcover, $30.99
Paperback, $13.99
e-Book, $3.99
ISBN: 978-1-4697-5318-8
Available at amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and bookstore.balboapress.com.

About the author
Ronald Ragotzy earned his M.D. from Wayne State University in Detroit and has been a practicing physician for 29 years. Ragotzy resides in Janesville, Wisc., in a 1920’s, Tudor style, stucco cottage with a city park in his front yard and a forest preserve in his back yard. In his free time, he visits and kayaks with family and friends, or travels to see his only son, Declan, at Carroll University.

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