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Christians and Bibles
Author: James Denison
ISBN: 141431616X
Subcategory: Christian Living
Pages 240 pages
Publisher SaltRiver (July 23, 2008)
Language English
Category: Christians and Bibles
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 350
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eBook Wrestling with God: How Can I Love a God I'm Not Sure I Trust? download

by James Denison


Wrestling with God book.

Wrestling with God book. The book is subtitled, "How Can I Love a God I'm Not Sure I Can Trust?" and in it, Denison tackles some tough questions that many believers and non-believers alike find themselves asking at one point or another. Denison leans heavily on Scripture for his answers, so he begins the book with a chapter entitled "Why Believe a 2000-Year-Old Book?" His writing authentic and seems to be from the heart, and he candidly admits areas where he still sear Just finished "Wrestling With God" by James Denison.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Most people, even devout Christians, struggle with issues about God. We sit in the pew every Sunday and affirm the essentials of Christianity in theory.

The question of why a righteous and loving God allows evil to exist is almost as old as the human race

316161/pd/316161?event AFF&p 1011693&. The question of why a righteous and loving God allows evil to exist is almost as old as the human race. Over 3,000 years ago, Job asked, "Why do the wicked live on, growing old and increasing in power?. Yet they say to God, 'Leave us alone!

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Denison is the author of six other books, including Wrestling with God: How Can I Love a God I’m Not Sure ICan Trust? by Tyndale House Publishers.

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And how can we love him if he can't be trusted? James Denison has a passion for tackling questions like . However, by detailing his own argument for an issue, Denison helps me work through what I believe the Bible says

And how can we love him if he can't be trusted? James Denison has a passion for tackling questions like these, the "big issues" that keep people from intimate faith with. However, by detailing his own argument for an issue, Denison helps me work through what I believe the Bible says. Secular college is a tough place to be when you don't know the reasons behind what you believe, and I wish I had read this book BEFORE I finished the last long leg of my college degree.

Two theories: God was disguised. What is different, however, is that Moses wanted to see God's full Shekinah Glory. He wanted the unmediated experience of seeing God in his fullness. In contrast, here God is clearly not revealed in his full glory. Remember that when the three visitors came to see Abraham, they were disguised. When the angel came to visit Samson's father, he was disguised. When there was the fourth in the furnace, shining brightly as a 'son of God,' he too could have been considered to be disguised. For a trickster who had disguised himself once to fool his.

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Most people, even devout Christians, struggle with issues about God. We sit in the pew every Sunday and affirm the essentials of Christianity in theory, but when it comes to trusting God with our daily lives, we share a secret, painful fear that God isn't really looking out for us. And how can we love him if he can't be trusted? James Denison has a passion for tackling questions like these, the “big issues” that keep people from intimate faith with God. In Wrestling with God, he acknowledges the often unspoken doubts and questions that both believers and nonbelievers share—and invites us to join him in wrestling with God and Scripture for the answers.
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My copy of this book is underlined and notated to death. There is a high probability that I will read the book again because I cannot remember every "aha" point I found in it. First, the author, a pastor, won me over by simply admitting that he, too, has some of the doubts, thoughts and concerns I have on the nature of suffering, the fate of the unevangelized, etc. I needed to read that. Second, Dennison methodically goes through each argument and examines the various conclusions scholars of the Bible have made pertaining to these topics. He does not purport a definitive answer for everything because some things we will not know for certain on this earth and will have to ask God when we get to Heaven (if we even care by then). However, by detailing his own argument for an issue, Denison helps me work through what I believe the Bible says. This book is important enough to me that I plan on buying a copy for each of my college age sons. Secular college is a tough place to be when you don't know the reasons behind what you believe, and I wish I had read this book BEFORE I finished the last long leg of my college degree.
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Balhala
Good read.
Oso
Great Book!
Manazar
Excellent book, honest sharing of real life experiences.
Grinin
Great song.