The Bible and Faith


  • Introduction


    Jan 10, 2020 • 6:41

    My father-in-law grew up on a farm in Nebraska. As most who know him can attest, he isn't afraid to get his hands dirty, or his whole body for that matter. When I first married his daughter, I had to get used to his do-it-yourself style. Often he's made outrageous…

  • Doubts


    Jan 10, 2020 • 6:41

    Once there was a woman who spent years attending Sunday services. In fact, she worked on the secretarial staff at a Bible teaching church. She heard sermons about Christ on a regular basis. She had often edited text for church publications which focused on faith alone in Christ alone. After…

  • Appointed


    Jan 10, 2020 • 6:41

    Under the hot afternoon sun, we stood, a pack of about twenty third-grade boys. The game was to be soccer, and it was team-picking time. I was late in the draft, very late. They had already picked the tall, the fast, and the tough. But who wanted me, a scrawny…

  • Doubting Jesus' Judgement

    Doubting Jesus' Judgement

    Jan 10, 2020 • 14:06

    When I was a child, I had an experience in which I strongly doubted my dad's judgment. My family and I had returned from a trip. As we were getting settled in for lunch, I noticed that my mother was crying as she stood over the stove. I approached her…

  • Doubting Jesus Teaching

    Doubting Jesus Teaching

    Jan 10, 2020 • 18:26

     For my undergraduate degree, I went to Letourneau University, a school nationally known for its engineering and aviation program. However, I spent most my time in the liberal arts building. I knew that I would eventually have to take a class in the math department, and many had warned me…

  • Doubting The Resurrection

    Doubting The Resurrection

    Jan 10, 2020 • 10:40

    I took a chemistry class at the community college in my town the year after I graduated high school. I quickly learned that 8:00 am classes were nearly impossible to attend. After a semester of sleepy lectures and a lack luster attendance record, the teacher gave the assignment that would…

  • Evidence Arrives

    Evidence Arrives

    Jan 10, 2020 • 13:58

    When I was in college, I got to know a young lady named Nancy who I liked very much. She was originally from Tegucigalpa Honduras but had moved to the States as a teenager. We spent as many hours together as our schedules would allow, and sometimes even when our…

  • Doubts Dissolve

    Doubts Dissolve

    Jan 10, 2020 • 13:58

    I have a close friend who fought a decade long war against doubt. His retrospective honesty sheds a fascinating light on at least one way that a Christian can suffer a defeat to doubt. He grew up in a Christian family and found himself in church every Sunday. He believed…

  • Conclusion


    Jan 10, 2020 • 5:05

    In the last chapter, I told you about my friend who became an agnostic. I'm glad to report that his agnosticism was short lived. He's stepped back from that position since. His doubts are not all laid to rest, but he's moving toward a lifestyle and a faith that more…

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