The Sin of Certainty Paperback
Why God Desires Our Trust More Than Our "Correct" Beliefs
by Peter Enns;
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The Sin of Certainty
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With compelling and often humorous stories from his own life, Bible scholar Peter Enns offers a fresh look at how Christian life truly works, answering questions that cannot be addressed by the idealized traditional doctrine of "once for all delivered to the saints."
Enns offers a model of vibrant faith that views skepticism not as a loss of belief, but as an opportunity to deepen religious conviction with courage and confidence. This is not just an intellectual conviction, he contends, but a more profound kind of knowing that only true faith can provide.
Combining Enns' reflections of his own spiritual journey with an examination of Scripture, The Sin of Certainty models an acceptance of mystery and paradox that all believers can follow and why God prefers this path because it is only this way by which we can become mature disciples who truly trust God. It gives Christians who have known only the demand for certainty permission to view faith on their own flawed, uncertain, yet heartfelt, terms.
The Sin of Certainty by Peter Enns was published by HarperCollins Publishers Inc in March 2017 and is our 37968th best seller. The ISBN for The Sin of Certainty is 9780062272096.
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|Page last updated||3rd February 2017|
|Author / Artist||Peter Enns|
|Publisher||HarperCollins Publishers Inc (March 2017)|
|Number of Pages||256|