Tag Archives: Peter Enns

“Correct Thinking” versus “Trust in God”

Peter Enns’ The Sin of Certainty is not for the lighthearted.  I’m reading it right now.  It has raised some worthy questions–questions I never thought of (perhaps the sign of a good book?). For the last two decades or so, … Continue reading

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Book Review: “The Bible Tells Me So” by Peter Enns

Hardcover: 288 pages Publisher: HarperOne (September 9, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 0062272020 Amazon.com HarperOne Many thanks to the kind folks at HarperOne for a review copy of Peter Enns The Bible Tells Me So: Why Defending Scripture Has Made Us … Continue reading

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Paul is Rereading Israel’s Bible

Perhaps you’ve been exposed to this sort of information before.  Perhaps it was even dismissed as nonsense, or even worse–outright dangerous, bordering on the heretical.  But if I were to tell you that to properly understand the Gospels and the … Continue reading

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Quote of the Day: Peter Enns

“Over the years I’ve grown more and more convinced that ‘storytelling’ is a better way of understanding what the Bible is doing with the past than ‘history writing.’” –Peter Enns, The Bible Tells Me So

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