The Misunderstood God is a no-holds-barred reexamination of the character of God, beyond the confusing mixed messages people often get from religion. Author Darin Hufford holds God's claim to be the God of love as defined by 1 Corinthians 13. He concludes that many people have begun to think of God as the opposite of love, and sets to replace this misconception with the truth.
THE MISUNDERSTOOD GOD tells the truth about who the Creator is. This book analyzes what religion says about God's heart and personality and measures it up to what God calls Himself: Love. It simplifies a generation's tangled perceptions of God by taking a journey through the sixteen aspects of love described in one of the most well-known Bible passages in the world: 1 Corinthians 13, also known as "the love chapter." So many Christians have been bombarded with confusing teachings and doctrines that their understanding of God resembles a tightly tangled ball of Christmas tree lights. This book takes that twisted mess and replaces it with one soft, warm light of truth that anyone can embrace: God is love.
Darin Hufford is the host of the Into the Wild
podcast and the founder and president of the Free Believers Network. He travels and speaks throughout the world on knowing the heart of God. Currently, Darin lives in Phoenix, Arizona,
with his wife, Angie, and their five children.
Darin Hufford is the host of the Into the Wild podcast and the founder and president of the Free Believers Network. He travels and speaks throughout the world on knowing the heart of God. Currently, Darin lives in Phoenix, Arizona, with his wife, Angie, and their five children.
"A good book is a good read. A great book forces you to actually put it down, go away, and digest what you just read because of how it messed with your heart or head. This is a great book!"Drew Marshall, host of The Drew Marshall Show, Canada's most-listened-to spiritual talk show
"Be ready to have your spiritual world rocked. Hufford takes us outside the traditional misunderstandings of God and shows us the Father Jesus constantly spoke about."Wayne Jacobsen, collaborator on The Shack