What Causes You Doubt?

In this first episode of the Apologies and Explanations Podcast, Greg shares some of his own experiences with doubt and talks about how doubt has ultimately made his faith stronger.

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Greg’s book: “Benefit of the Doubt”
Website: ReKnew.org

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