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Number of Pages: 224
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2015
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Contrary to popular belief, doubt is not the opposite of faith. Rather, doubts call for an important decisionwill you give in to unbelief, or will you continue the journey toward faith?
Doubt can lead to confusion, hopelessness, and despair. But as this eye-opening book demonstrates, doubts can also deepen your dependence on God, develop your sense of empathy for others, and motivate you to find satisfying answers to life's biggest questions. Here you'll find practical ways to use your doubts to build your faith, such as...
- letting your doubts drive you to Jesus
- finding a safe community where you can doubt out loud and find support
- using a journal to clarify your doubts and the answers you find
No one can eliminate all doubt this side of heaven. So for now, discover how to use your doubts to keep you headed in the right directiontoward faith.
Bobby Conway is lead pastor of Life Fellowship Church near Charlotte, NC. He is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary (ThM), Southern Evangelical Seminary (DMin), and is a PhD candidate at the University of Birmingham, England. He is the author of The Fifth Gospel and Doubting Toward Faith and is the founding host of The One-Minute Apologist (www.oneminuteapologist.com. Bobby and his wife, Heather, are speakers for Family Lifes "Weekend To Remember" marriage conferences. They live in North Carolina with their two teenagers, Haley and Dawson.
"Bobby Conway has been responding to doubt and skepticism for years as the host of the One Minute Apologist. In Doubting Toward Faith, he has given us a valuable tool to help those who have been injured by doubt and those who seek to use their doubt to energize their own spiritual journey. Bobby defines the various forms of doubt, examines specific doubts particular to Christianity, and then provides a roadmap toward clarity, peace, and confidence. If you're struggling with doubt, or know someone who is, this book is a godsend."
J. Warner Wallace, cold-case detective and author of Cold-Case Christianity and God's Crime Scene
"Religious doubt exists at epidemic levels today, and it is usually not primarily factual or intellectual in nature. As a result, we need books on this topic like this one by Bobby Conway. Many of us require a 'Doubt GPS' to lead us stealthily through the twists, turns, and even the drop-offs. And just as doubt comes from many different angles, so it was wonderful to see the multitude of insights, suggestions, and even remedies that are found in this text, all at different levels, as well. On top of everything else, this volume is well-writtena quick read. If you know Bobby, you're probably not surprised. I suggest that you take a look and see the suggestions for yourself, a loved one, or a friend who may be going through a painful process."
Gary R. Habermas, distinguished research professor and chair, philosophy department, Liberty University and Theological Seminary
"Bobby Conway has written an immensely practical, well-informed, and much-needed book on doubt. It deserves a wide readership, as it addresses a significantthough often neglectedconcern in many Christian circles."
Paul Copan, professor of philosophy and ethics and the Pledger Family Chair, Palm Beach Atlantic University
"If you're agonizing from the deleterious effects of doubting your faith, let me offer up a remedy. Read Bobby Conway's Doubting Toward Faith."
William Lane Craig, research professor of philosophy, Talbot School of Theology
"Bobby Conway shows you the causes of doubt, the solutions to doubt, the benefits of doubt, and why you should start doubting your doubts. This encouraging book will have you realizing that it takes too much faith to believe anything other than Christianity."
Frank Turek, author of Stealing from God and coauthor of I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist
"Choosing our worldview is perhaps the most important decision an individual will ever make, since one's destiny in life and eternity may be determined in the process. It is only normal, therefore, to second-guess or have doubts pertaining to the wisdom of our choice. For those of us who are often tortured with doubt, Bobby Conway brings hope and guidance!"
Michael Licona, PhD, associate professor of theology, Houston Baptist University
"In an era in which Internet distortions travel halfway around the world before truth has had a chance to put its boots on, doubt is as common as rust and, left unresolved, equally corrosive. Bobby Conway exhorts us to be skeptical of our doubts and to relentlessly pursue God in the midst of them. Application of the principles in this timely book moves us past the specter of debilitating doubt to definitive devotedness to the mind of Christ."
Hank Hanegraaff, president of the Christian Research Institute and author of numerous books, including AfterLife: What You Need to Know about Heaven, the Hereafter, and Near-Death Experiences
Finding TruthAge: 45-54Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5Doubt your doubtsAugust 18, 2015Finding TruthAge: 45-54Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Bobby Conway is a lead pastor of LIFE Fellowship, Charlotte, and the One Minute Apologist on YouTube. No stranger to seasons of doubt in his own life, Conway brings his experience, Biblical teaching, and careful thinking to the issue of dealing with doubt.
Through ten chapters, Conway explains the effects of doubt on the mind, the church, and ones faith, the universality of doubt, and the hazards related to leaving them unexamined. Moreover, even when none of our friends can deal with our doubts, Jesus can.
Conway explains how doubts arise, some of the most common types, and the roots. Then he shows how to work through it, especially noting how faith is grounded in reason, not credulity.
Conway spends a lot of ink describing the experience of doubt, and at first this struck me as filler. However, having read it, it occurs to me that he has done a masterful job of helping the reader who has not recently dealt with serious doubt feel the weight of the experience. Moreover, for the reader who is struggling, or has done so recently, Conways description helps them see that he is not approaching this from a cold, academic point of view.
Doubting Toward Faith is a must-read for anyone plagued by doubts in their Christian faith, but even better to read it without waiting for the doubts to come. How much better to be ready beforehand?
This book is suitable for readers from high school students to college professors. It would also make an excellent resource for small group study.