Skeptism or Truth. Which is Better?


There’s something entrancing about the idea of a Jesus that isn’t neat, that isn’t tidy, and who happily goes about shattering our idols and breaking our conceptions of both the world and of The Man of Nazareth Himself.

When Peter Enns speaks of letting go of our certainty in his book The Sin of Certainty so that we can achieve “a more profound kind of knowing that only faith can provide,” it resonates with me deeply. God doesn’t want perfect belief, free from messiness—God wants trust in Him.  Read More