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Rachel Is Weeping for Her Children

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

This blog series is taken, more or less as is, from my latest book How The Bible Actually Works. You can read the first posts in this series here, here, here, […]

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Don’t Put God in a Box, Unless You Want to Be Swallowed by a Fish

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

This blog series is taken, more or less as is, from my latest book How The Bible Actually Works. You can read the first posts in this serieshere and here and here. The […]

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making sense of god

Making Sense of the God of Old in a 546-Sextillion-Mile-In-Diameter Universe

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

We are all making sense of God – and many of us have looked to the Bible to do that. Yet, the Bible often sends us conflicting messages about who […]

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divine violence

Tiptoeing Around the Touchy Almighty

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

This blog series is taken, more or less as is, from my latest book How The Bible Actually Works. You can read the first post in this series here. I […]

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reimagining god

Does Your God Recycle?

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

This blog post is taken, more or less as is, from my latest book How The Bible Actually Works. Should we be the least bit surprised when we, along with […]

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easter and faith

A Thought about Easter and the Bizarre Christian Faith

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

I have no problem saying—in fact, I think is it good and healthy to say—that I have, and have always had, some intellectual barriers to the Christian faith. Not all […]

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