Believing makes sense

a way of reading the Bible
  • 182 Pages
  • 3.64 MB
  • English
SCM Press , London
Bible -- Reading., Bible -- Study and teaching., Bible -- Criticism, interpretation, etc., Bible -- Introduct
StatementLucas Grollenberg ; [translated by John Bowden from the Dutch].
The Physical Object
Pagination182 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18248729M
ISBN 10334000963

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His latest novel, as of this writing, is Letter to Nausicaa Letter To Nausicaa: Lost Tales of Kaphtu - Book by: 2. Get this from a library. Believing makes sense: a way of reading the Bible. [Lucas Gollenberg]. Does believing in something make it real. - Philosophy and. Not only does it make sense to believe in God, it makes no sense not to.

I submit to you that the evidence for God’s existence is overwhelming for those who have eyes to see. But it still demands a choice.

In one of his books Anthony Campolo tells how he shares the gospel with secular-minded university students who ask him why he believes the. When God Doesn't Make Sense. Habakkuk Listen to this sermon. We get one kind of answer in the book of Genesis, another kind of answer in Job, and still other answers in the book of Psalms.

Ecclesiastes takes yet another approach, and the gospels present us with a Christ whose very coming alters the way we think about everything. The book Reason to Believe: Why Faith Makes Sense it is rather good to read. There are a lot of people who recommended this book.

They were enjoying reading this book. If you did not have enough space to deliver this book you can buy typically the e-book. You can. I believe this book has helped him to rethink his understanding of God. He may not be where I would like him to be, but he respects me for having the convictions of this book.

Because of it's emphasis on the First and Third Articles, I think this is a great resource for teaching "spiritual" people in the 21st century why Christianity makes s:   This Book Will Help You Make Sense Of The Trump-Russia ‘Witch Hunt’ The application states explicitly that the FBI did not believe Steele was Isikoff’s source.

This book presents a summary of the Bible’s response to these universal questions, and explains why believing in God makes sense — even when life doesn’t.

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While something may not make sense now, remember that our God is a God of miracles – God can still make the miraculous happen in your life. Why Faith Makes Sense shows that believing isn't foolish at all.

It counters common objections and encourages your faith by examining: why the Bible is a trustworthy source six holes in the evolutionary theory the problem with Humanism how faith and reason fit together the undeniable evidence for God Ignorance of God produces unbelief Reviews: 4.

Faith is believing in advance what makes sense only in reverse (Philip Yancey). Related Sermon Illustrations I Heard Someone Give An Illustration Once About A.

Believe in your dream before it makes sense to. If you won’t first, other people won’t later. 34 Comments. Nick Posted at h, 05 February Reply. Perfect timing. I JUST got my business cards for my book and blog in a couple weeks ago. Pretty cool seeing my name, email and URL together on that card.

So glad I ordered them. –unknown. No, I believe in God because through this belief, the world makes more sense. Belief in the existence of God is the organizing principle of everything.

Without a belief in the existence of God, everything is simply random meaninglessness. But with a belief in the existence of God, many of the dilemmas and confusing things of life suddenly make. From CNN chief legal analyst and bestselling author Jeffrey Toobin, a real-life legal thriller about the prosecutors and congressional investigators pursuing the truth about Donald Trump’s complicity in several crimes–and why they failed.

Donald Trump’s campaign chairman went to jail. So did. But I believe they, among others, offer us a way to re-frame our sense-making apparatus. Fair warning: some of them are atheists, some of them are profane, none of them go to the church (NO or TLM) but they are genuine good faith discussion leaders who are deeply engaged in the pursuit of truth.

"Reason to Believe is not a work of revealed theology or religious devotion. It is a highly readable book on the philosophy of religion, aimed at the reader who wants to think seriously about religion but who doesn't know all the philosophers' or theologians' jargon and who may or may not be a committed believer." --Book Jacket.

Believing in something makes it real for the individual, billions hold complete belief in a few old books and scrolls that were fabricated by mere mortal humans with absolutely no evidence to back up anything that is written, but we call it religion and this world is ran by it.

I believe the president’s suggestions that physicians should try injecting patients with household disinfectants, and shining ultraviolet light inside their bodies, make perfect sense.

Trusting God, even when it doesn’t make sense. Matthew I am sure you have heard many sermons or lessons about faith, trusting God. The Bible is filled with passages about trusting God, We all may profess to trust God but our actions don’t reflect is trusting God so hard at times.

Reason to Believe book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Is religious belief reasonable. Of course the so-called New Atheis.

The Believing Game was a very hard book to read and it was pretty much impossible to like this book. Basically, this is a story about a community of troubled teenagers, who have problems ranging from eating disorders to gambling issues.

That is, we believe the information brought to us by the five senses. What we see, hear, touch, taste, and smell can be treated, for all practical purposes, as reliably real. We navigate through the day using the mind at its common-sense level. Emotions, both positive and negative, influence us all the time, even if we wish they wouldn't.

Cancel Culture. Tulane Canceled a Talk by the Author of an Acclaimed Anti-Racism Book After Students Said the Event Was 'Violent' In Life of a Klansman, Edward Ball reckons with a white. Believing Is Seeing Firm reality makes this pact with the visual trickster[2]. but what to see and how to “make sense” of the sensory fragments it is presented.

As nature nurtures and. “I believe in love. I believe in hard times and love winning. I believe marriage is hard. I believe people make mistakes.

I believe people can want two things at once. I believe people are selfish and generous at the same time. I believe very few people want to hurt others. I believe that you can be surprised by life.

I believe in happy. Believing in future lives is the first step towards the % discount. And if I’m still not confused.

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Rebirth starts to make sense if we accept it as a working hypothesis. I was trained to be a Science type and became a pretty good one, starting in aviation then sliding into early work on things in space.

In the end I did physical system Science in eight different fields of Science/Engineering. Very early on I found. SEEING IS BELIEVING is Erin McCarthy returning to her Cuttersville ghosts series.

This book picks up 14 years since the previous book in the series, HEIRESS FOR HIRE ended. In real time, it's been 6 years since the last book in the series, and McCarthy has written SEEING IS BELIEVING as though readers finished the previous book a mere 6 months ago/5(65).

Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many. Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books. Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.

Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations.Further, holding that, " like every other perception, the perception of a human body immediately involves the existence of that body," and, like Fichte, believing in a " common consciousness," he concludes that the evidence of sense is verined by " common consciousness " of the external world as objective in the Kantian sense of universally valid.