Publisher’s Weekly Review of Benefit of the Doubt

benefit of the doubtPublisher’s Weekly gave us a positive review and highly recommends Greg’s book. You can find the review here. You can order a copy of Benefit of the Doubt on Amazon.

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9 Reasons Faith ≠ Certainty

One of the things that Christians typically believe in and that I’ve struggled with a great deal is the concept of faith. Like most Christians, I once assumed a person’s faith is as strong as that person is certain. And, accordingly, I assumed that doubt is the enemy of faith. That is, after all, how…

What Does ‘Your Faith Has Healed You’ Mean? (podcast)

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Another Great Reason to Join Us for the ReKnew Conference: NDY

As if you needed another reason to join us for Faith, Doubt and the Idol of Certainty, I’ll tell you that Greg’s band NDY is playing a free concert at 8:15pm at Woodland Hills Church the Friday night of the conference. Now get on that registration and join us, won’t you?

Eckhart Tolle’s “A New Earth”: A Review

A New Earth, written by Eckhart Tolle, has become an overnight sensation thanks largely to Oprah’s enthusiastic endorsement. In fact, Oprah hosted a 10-week on-line course conducted by Tolle that included over two million students.  Given all the publicity this generated, I decided I needed to give the book a read.  Here’s my review. Insights…

Do You Argue With God?

Image by michael_swan via Flickr In sharp contrast to many today who seek the comfortable feeling of certainty as a way of feeling at peace with God, biblical heroes are better known for their willingness to be uncomfortable and to honestly wrestle with God. Like Jacob who wrestled with God through the night (Gen 32), the heroes…

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What the Cross Tells Us About God

Whether we’re talking about our relationship with God or with other people, the quality of the relationship can never go beyond the level of trust the relating parties have in each other’s character. We cannot be rightly related to God, therefore, except insofar as we embrace a trustworthy picture of him. To the extent that…