Several factors can feed our doubts – busy-ness that prevents us from taking time to reflect and learn, comparing ourselves to others and thinking that faith looks only a certain way, and a fear of commitment. Let’s move forward in our understanding of doubt and faith.
Dr. Anderson explained something important for all of us to hear – we must understand what faith is not.
Click on the link below and take about 3 minutes to read his insights and many others that I present in the second part of this message in my series Tough Questions for Today’s Christian. – Jonathan Williams, WGS Ministries
Were the heroes of the faith born that way? Did they ever have doubts? Do you ever have doubts about God? Is it possible to be a Christian and have doubts?
Lee Strobel traveled to Dallas, Texas to interview Dr. Lynn Anderson. Dr. Anderson pastored churches in Canada and the U.S. for over thirty years. In 1996, he founded New Hope Network Ministries which focuses on coaching, mentoring, and equipping leaders. He has also written numerous books including one with the provocative title, If I Really Believe, Why Do I Have These Doubts? He had a great story to tell Lee Strobel which I will pass on to you.
Listen to these fascinating comments today in my series “Tough Questions for Today’s Christian.” – Jonathan Williams – WGS Ministries