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August 7, 2014

Sunday Book Review #139 – Benefit of Doubt by Gregory Boyd

Filed under: Book reviews,Religion — Mike Kueber @ 2:37 am

Benefit of Doubt, subtitled “Breaking the Idol of Certainty,” attempts to assure Christians who accept science and practice critical thinking that their occasional doubt about the existence of God is reasonable and acceptable. In fact, author Gregory Boyd suggests that individuals who claim to have no doubt are likely either lying or failing to employ their brain in the way God intended. Fascinating perspective on how to read the Bible.  I especially enjoyed the part that eviscerates serial sinners who claim to be true believers.


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  1. […] classic 1951 book, The Wisdom of Insecurity, which dovetailed nicely with a similar book that I reviewed a few weeks ago, Benefit of Doubt by Gregory Boyd.  Both books examine how man deals with the […]

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