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Witness The Evidence of God's Hand In EVERYTHING

Using Biblical instruction combined with medical knowledge, Dr. Jim Croley shows you how your brain and vision work together to view the world from a godly perspective.

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In This Book, You Will Discover:


Believing is an authentic guide to living a longer, healthier, joyful, and spiritual life through a God centered paradigm.

Christian Life

I will help you discover the health and spiritual benefits of living a Christian life

Biblical Living

Learn to see, perceive, and understand this world through God centered vision


Understand how science, medicine, and the Bible can be used together to live your life

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Dr. Croley has done an exceptional job of exploring how we are "wonderfully and fearfully" made. Combining his extensive medical knowledge with some of his latest research on neurological and anatomical functioning, and integrating this information with Scripture and Orthodox Christian doctrine, he makes a compelling case for understanding how a God-centered paradigm is completely consistent and congruent with living life to the fullest.

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"Simple Insights Served Up In a Savory Fashion"

Slow down, be still, and let this book guide you to a better place. Look for it to help change everything from what and how you think to what you eat. Dr. Jim Croley provides us a special salve for the brain and points us to the truth...believing really is seeing.

Chuck Wolfe 
Retired USAF Colonel                 

If you are looking for a book that can seriously change your relationship with God for the better, you are holding it in your hands.

John McWilliams 

About James E. Croley III, M.D.

Dr. Croley is one of the most respected ophthalmologists in the United States. A Magna Cum Laudegraduate of Cumberland College in Williamsburg, Kentucky, he attended medical school at the University of Miami in Florida. After an internship at Baptist Medical Centers in Birmingham, Alabama, he served his residency at the University of Alabama Eye Foundation Hospital, where he was named Chief Resident and House Staff Representative.