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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Is the Bible a Legal Textbook?

Olga via Compfight Too much theology treats the Bible as if it were legal textbook. In the following except from Benefit of the Doubt, Greg addresses the problems when we approach theology and Scripture this way. Incidentally, if you like these excerpts we’ve been posting from Benefit of the Doubt, you’re not going to want to…

Reflecting on the Conference and Cynicism

We had such a great time this weekend at the Faith, Doubt & the Idol of Certainty conference. People came from all over the United States and it was good to get a chance to connect. We’re more convinced than ever that God is up to something beautiful and real. You’ll be hearing more about…

Is There Room for Doubt in Faith?

Many Christians today assume that faith is the antithesis of doubt. In this view, a person’s faith is thought to be strong to the extent that they don’t question their beliefs or struggle with God in whom they believe. As widespread as this view is, I believe it is unbiblical and profoundly unhelpful. My experience…

Benefit of the Doubt: Sneak Peek

We’ll be leaking little tidbits from Greg’s soon-to-be-released book Benefit of the Doubt from today until the book release. We’re really excited about the potential of this book to impact the lives of those who have limped along with the assumption that doubts and questions disqualify them as “faithful”. Here’s today’s snippet: The truth is,…

Winners!

Last month we launched our first e-newsletter for ReKnew and decided to give away ten copies of Greg’s book Benefit of the Doubt to celebrate. Here are the winners: Jerry from Round Lake, Illinois Josh from Saint Paul, MN Jane from Medford, Oregon Ian from London, UK Randy from Milwaukie, Oregon Beth from Pasadena, California…

My Review of “The Adjustment Bureau”

David (Matt Damon) meets Elise (Emily Blunt) and their attraction is instant and powerful. Consequently, David becomes determined to pursue a relationship with her. Unfortunately, some mysterious men in suits and hats who possess bizarre powers keep showing up, and they are determined to keep the couple apart. These are “Adjustment Bureau” (AB) agents, and…