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By Peter Enns

The debatable Bible pupil and writer of The Evolution of Adam recounts his transformative religious trip within which he stumbled on a brand new, extra sincere approach to love and savour God’s Word.

Trained as an evangelical Bible pupil, Peter Enns enjoyed the Scriptures and shared his devotion, educating at Westminster Theological Seminary. however the additional he studied the Bible, the extra he chanced on himself faced by means of questions that may neither be replied in the inflexible framework of his non secular guide or authorised one of the conservative evangelical community.

Rejecting the more and more complex highbrow video games utilized by conservative Christians to “protect” the Bible, Enns used to be conflicted. Is this what God particularly calls for? How may well God’s plan for divine idea suggest ignoring what's particularly written within the Bible? those questions finally rate Enns his job—but in addition they opened a brand new religious direction for him to follow.

The Bible Tells Me So chronicles Enns’s non secular odyssey, how he got here to work out past restrictive doctrine and discovered to embody God’s be aware because it is admittedly written. As he explores questions innovative evangelical readers of Scripture in most cases face but worry voicing, Enns unearths that they're the very questions that God wishes us to consider—the essence of our non secular study.

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