"The End of Our Exploring: A Book About Questioning and the Confidence of Faith" By Matthew Lee Anderson

Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014

"Many young evangelicals are taught to think of questions as subversive, and so those with genuine doubts simply keep them quiet until they leave for college."
It can sometimes appear as though Christians are threatened by questioning. Those who question must somehow be doubters or even unbelievers. The faithful need only believe and be silent. Enter Matthew Anderson and his new book, The End of Our Exploring: A Book About Questioning and the Confidence of Faith. Anderson argues persuasively that questioning and faith are not enemies but close friends. This is first and foremost because questioning is not the same as doubt. Those who doubt everything may deploy questions as a shield, but they are not likely to accept any answers they find. ...

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