The world is filled with hundreds of spiritual beliefs and disciplines and within each of these religions there are countless variations. How can you be sure that what you practice is right? Can you trust your feelings or should you expect something deeper in your quest? Can you reconcile faith with logic? Can faith be "blind" and still be trusted? The Quest for Spiritual Truth gives an anecdotal, easy to read process for thinking more deeply about what you believe spiritually. It gives you, the seeker, a way to think outside of your spiritual presuppositions and to assess your world-view. This is not a book of formulas. This is an opportunity to ask questions informally to seek not just what you want spiritually, but what may be wanted of you. Randal Kinkade is founder and director of the Willow River Wilderness School where he teaches private and corporate classes based on primitive technology. He lives in Arizona with his wife Susan and their two sons Sam and Max. He is devoted to helping people learn about the outdoors and to reach their true objectives spiritually.