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When Questionable Christians Make Us Doubt: 9 Quick Points

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“God has said,“Never will I leave you;  never will I forsake you.” Hebrews 13 v 5

An unhealthy chain of thoughts can be caused when other Christians fail us.  This problem is particularly acute when Christian’s we admire fail by making foolish or immoral decision.

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Around the Web#11: Suffering and Evil

Sceptics (and Saints, if we are honest) often ask the question: why does a loving God allow suffering? If he was loving , the sceptic says, then he would NOT  allow people to suffer in this way; if this is your God then we can’t believe in him.

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Two Myths About Doubt and the Reason for Apologetics

A popular evangelical urban myth – popularised by theologians and preachers who should know better – is that “doubt” is a state half-way between belief and unbelief. This description of “doubt” comes close to agnosticism; many Christians, therefore, feel an unnecessary dread of doubt.

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Good Question, Quick Answer: Suffering and Evil #1

Q:  How can you believe in God when there is  so much evil in the World?

A: This is a great question,  but one that many Christian dread being asked. And having two minutes or less to answer it will never ever do it justice.

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