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Pete Enns & The Bible for Normal People

Critical Thinking with Pete & Jared

In this episode, Pete & Jared define critical thinking and unpack what it means to read the Bible critically. They suggest that a “God said it, that settles it” approach to scripture may not factor in the context, audience and literary style that the author employs in writing. Thinking critically about how we approach scripture allows us to experience the fullness and richness of the text.

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Do we know God is good from the Bible?

Do We Know God is Good From the Bible?

July 29, 2019

In this episode of The Bible for Normal People Podcast, Pete and Jared tackle the question: Do we know God is good from the Bible? If you have a question for Pete & Jared, submit it on the Ask Pete page of the website and it might be featured on an upcoming blog post or podcast episode.

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  • “There’s something important to the practicality for how we practice our faith…maybe practicing Christianity in my daily life didn’t always have to deal with my brain.” @jbyas
  • “How can you be certain God is loving? I can’t – in that intellectual sense. I can’t say, ‘Here’s how I am certain.’” @peteenns

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