Faith and science were meant to work together right from the beginning, but science was never meant to make us happy. People yearn to have peace, comfort and rest in their lives and they can’t find it on their own.
Janesville, WI (PRWEB) April 07, 2014
Practicing physician Ronald Ragotzy is here to shatter the illusion: spirituality and science can coexist in perfect harmony.
Analytical from a young age, Ragotzy struggled with traditional methods of understanding the Bible. This led him down the path to discovery: human knowledge helps us understand the complexities of life; faith is what comforts us when we interact with these often harsh complexities.
“Raising Abel,” Ragotzy’s guide to understanding how faith and wisdom can work together to bring peace into our lives, will help anyone struggling with their own faith to achieve spiritual wellness.
Based on Ragotzy’s analysis of Genesis 1-11 in the Bible, “Raising Abel” outlines 1)the premise, 2)the problem, 3)the prescription and 4)the practice for understanding and reaching new peaks in our spiritual development.
Ragotzy’s goal with his new book is that readers will recognize that in order to live life to the fullest, we must use wisdom to navigate through life and faith to rest when life overwhelms us.
“Faith and science were meant to work together right from the beginning, but science was never meant to make us happy,” Ragotzy said. “People yearn to have peace, comfort and rest in their lives and they can’t find it on their own.”
Raising Abel: The Life of Faith by Ronald Ragotzy
Hardcover, $30.99 Paperback, $13.99 e-Book, $3.99
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.