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Is it wrong to have doubts about your Christian faith? Many people assume that doubt is the opposite of faith and that wandering among the hard questions of faith will lead us further away from God. True believers, the assumption goes, never waver in their confidence in the fundamental truths of Christianity.

Professor and philosopher Travis Dickinson disagrees! Instead, he says, our doubts and hard questions about the Christian faith are actually an important way we can express our commitment and love to God. Doubt isn’t our destination, but as Christians, it’s in our job description to ask questions as we approach God with intellectual curiosity in order to love Him with all our heart, soul, and mind.

In this week’s podcast episode, Travis sits down with Frank to share insights from his new book, Wandering Toward God: Finding Faith Amid Doubts and Big Questions.

Some of the big questions they address include:

  • Do we have to be 100% certain that Christianity is true in order to be a Christian?

  • What’s the difference between “deconstructing” and “wandering with purpose”?

  • Why isn’t God more obvious?

  • What does it really mean to have faith?

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Travis’ book: https://a.co/d/dU3sXHl

Travis’ website: https://www.travisdickinson.com/

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