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Everyone has questions about God and what matters most in life. When we ask those questions, we are asking about theology. Isn't talk about God really a guessing game? What good is the Old Testament? How can we have free will if God controls everything? The virgin birth. Really? What does an earthquake say about God? Is the Holy Spirit still at work in churches today? What did Je Everyone has questions about God and what matters most in life. When we ask those questions, we are asking about theology. Isn't talk about God really a guessing game? What good is the Old Testament? How can we have free will if God controls everything? The virgin birth. Really? What does an earthquake say about God? Is the Holy Spirit still at work in churches today? What did Jesus think about getting married? Does being a Christian mean having particular political views? While books about doctrine supply description and analysis of the classic questions of the faith, they often miss the contemporary questions on the minds of readers. This book fills that gap. Organized around the key topics of Jesus, the Bible, church, the Holy Spirit, evil, salvation and hope, the sometimes-provocative questions on these topics aim to ring true with the lived experience of real people. Even more, they look to inspire reflection, debate, disagreement, and above all, engagement in what the Christian faith is all about.


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Everyone has questions about God and what matters most in life. When we ask those questions, we are asking about theology. Isn't talk about God really a guessing game? What good is the Old Testament? How can we have free will if God controls everything? The virgin birth. Really? What does an earthquake say about God? Is the Holy Spirit still at work in churches today? What did Je Everyone has questions about God and what matters most in life. When we ask those questions, we are asking about theology. Isn't talk about God really a guessing game? What good is the Old Testament? How can we have free will if God controls everything? The virgin birth. Really? What does an earthquake say about God? Is the Holy Spirit still at work in churches today? What did Jesus think about getting married? Does being a Christian mean having particular political views? While books about doctrine supply description and analysis of the classic questions of the faith, they often miss the contemporary questions on the minds of readers. This book fills that gap. Organized around the key topics of Jesus, the Bible, church, the Holy Spirit, evil, salvation and hope, the sometimes-provocative questions on these topics aim to ring true with the lived experience of real people. Even more, they look to inspire reflection, debate, disagreement, and above all, engagement in what the Christian faith is all about.

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    I like the format of this book, especially that it is primarily dealing with questions that college students are wrestling with. That said, at times it seemed that many of the questions would be more common among students on a Christian campus than at secular university. For example, students I am working with are asking a lot more questions about human sexuality. This topic was briefly covered in a question about whether God has appointed one person for me to marry. Despite that, I did gain a n I like the format of this book, especially that it is primarily dealing with questions that college students are wrestling with. That said, at times it seemed that many of the questions would be more common among students on a Christian campus than at secular university. For example, students I am working with are asking a lot more questions about human sexuality. This topic was briefly covered in a question about whether God has appointed one person for me to marry. Despite that, I did gain a number of new ideas on how to help students wrestle with their theological questions as I wrestle with my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Joy

    Interesting but not new or profound info by unfamiliar theologians. There may be merit in being exposed to writers from random digital tapes I receive, but the listening is often slow. "Tyrannical literature tends to produce more heat than light." "Living with other human beings is a laboratory in sanctification." Interesting but not new or profound info by unfamiliar theologians. There may be merit in being exposed to writers from random digital tapes I receive, but the listening is often slow. "Tyrannical literature tends to produce more heat than light." "Living with other human beings is a laboratory in sanctification."

  3. 5 out of 5

    Beth Shultz

    This is a really good book. Made me think hard. Loved the question format. Recommend this book highly for anyone who have questions.

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