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How Can I Be Sure? (Series: Questions Christians Ask) Audiobook

How Can I Be Sure? (Series: Questions Christians Ask): And Other Questions About Doubt, Assurance and the Bible

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Many Christians experience times of doubt and uncertainty. At various times we can ask: Does God love me? Am I really a Christian? And even, is there a God at all? This short, understandable book unpacks the difference between good and bad doubt and shows us where it comes from and how to deal with it in ourselves and others. It explains clearly and simply the liberating reality of what the Bible tells us about doubt, assurance, and the Christian life.

©2015 eChristian (P)2015 eChristian

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    "So excited at first..."

    The book starts with a great introduction which includes many concrete examples of individuals going through real doubt in realistic scenarios. It then follows with some definitions, which I thought might be laying the groundwork for explaining each of these individuals problems in each chapter.

    Sadly, no. It turned into a long, boring professorially lecture that only revisited these real world characters at the very end- kind of like reviewing a homework assignment. Very disappointing and I have found much better content on apologist podcasts.

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