Barnabas Piper unpicks what faith really means. He shows how embracing doubts and questions can help us to get to know God, and encourages us to risk trusting God in our everyday lives, even when we don't understand everything about him.
This book will encourage Christians seeking to ask questions in a godly way and will give them confidence to trust God, even when some questions remain.
Includes testimonies from John Piper and Afshin Ziafat.
Sometimes believers can give the impression that the Christian life is always one of triumph and confidence. This book by Barnabas Piper counsels us on how to trust God when our faith is weak and wavering. It calls us away from a demon-like faith that simply knows the data about God, to a childlike faith that cries out, ‘I believe; help my unbelief.’ If you find yourself doubting, or if you love someone who doubts, this book will refresh and encourage.
Russell Moore, President, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission
Foreword by N.D. Wilson
2: What is Belief?
3: What Can We Know About God?
4: A Prayer from Where?
5: Unbelief and Doubt
6: Belief in Action
7: How Do We Believe?
8: So What and What Now?
Appendix 1: Reading the Bible to Meet God
Appendix 2: Suggested Reading
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