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Pete Enns & The Bible for Normal People

The Sin of Certainty

The Bible for Normal People

Hey, look at me. I’m in a video and the internet didn’t break!

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Eastern University’s amazing Chalk and Table Learning Collaborative recently made a short video on the topic of trusting God, based on my last book The Sin of Certainty. Despite Chalk and Table’s heroic […]

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“I thought I had a handle on suffering.” An army chaplain lets go of certainty.

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Want to hear stories about having a clear and certain faith shattered? Talk to Army chaplains and soldiers with PTSD. In a recent article in The Washington Post, Michelle Boorstein lets […]

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I have conquered Canada again: an interview with Drew Marshall

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Below is the mp3 of my recent interview on The Drew Marshall Show, which the website assures us is “Canada’s most listened to spiritual talk show.” And I think they really mean it. […]

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“believing in God” or “believing our belief about God”?

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

“When we become simply a promoter or a defender of a particular belief, something within us dies. That is not believing God–it is only believing our belief about Him. . […]

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when John the Baptist doubted Jesus

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

Chaplain Mike at Internet Monk posted a warm and insightful review this morning on The Sin of Certainty. In his review, he cites a podcast of his predecessor and founder of […]

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something about THE SIN OF CERTAINTY and something about FREE

By Pete Enns, Ph.D.

A small group guide for The Sin of Certainty was just made available FREE OF CHARGE by the good people at HarperOne. I know. You were thinking the book was free, but […]

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