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What Does ‘Your Faith Has Healed You’ Mean? (podcast)
Greg discusses faith, doubt, and healings.
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Category: ReKnew Podcast
Tags: Benefit of the Doubt, Doubt, Doubt and the Idol of Certainty, Faith, healing, Miracles, Prayer
Podcast: Can Satan Heal People?
Greg considers whether Satan has the ability to heal people. http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0268.mp3
Hearing and Responding to God: Part 2
In this video, Greg continues his thoughts about the difficulties we can encounter when we try to hear God speaking to us. You can view the first part here.
The Evangelical Mind
Peter via Compfight As a follow-up to Rachel Held Evans’ thoughts yesterday on the Scandal of the Evangelical Heart, we thought we would post this reflection by Peter Enns about the Deeper Scandal of the Evangelical Mind. He claims that in the current environment when professors and pastors are constrained by the consequences of asking…
Trusting God for the Wrong Things
Chloe was a smart, personable, and devoted Christian student from South America whom I had the pleasure of teaching in several theology classes. In one meeting, Chloe confessed that, despite the confident appearance that she projected, she actually lived with a sense of guilt and had never felt like a good Christian. In fact, Chloe…
Podcast: If Open Theism is True, Does it Make Sense to Pray For Intercession?
Greg talks about prayer and freedom. Specifically, if free will is so important, why would God override it in answer to prayer? http://traffic.libsyn.com/askgregboyd/Episode_0123.mp3
Drumming, Openness, Providence and Whatever
Here’s one of four arguments I offer in this essay against the view that an omniscient God must by definition know the future exhaustively as a domain of eternally settled facts.