Book Give Away

This week’s give away is Benefit of the Doubt by Gregory Boyd. Here’s the catalog description:

Have you ever struggled with doubts about your faith? Has the Bible sometimes felt like a shaky foundation? Are you afraid to talk about it for fear of judgment from those who seem to have it all figured out?

Gregory Boyd knows how you feel. For him, faith has been anything but certain. In Benefit of the Doubt, he invites you to embrace a faith that doesn’t strive for certainty but rather for commitment to Christ in the midst of uncertainty. Join him as he shares with poignant honesty his own inspirational journey, offering reassurance that you can experience a life-transforming relationship with Christ, even with unresolved questions about the Bible, theology, and ethics.


Leave your name in the comments NLT Friday, September 13th 6:00 am EST. I’ll draw the winner’s name that Friday. International entries are welcome.

Benefit of the doubt

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I am a 1997 graduate of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School.
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18 Responses to Book Give Away

  1. Justin says:

    Justin Mooney

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  2. Popoola Olawale says:

    A desirable Read Popoola Olawale

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  3. Dwight Gingrich says:

    Dwight Gingrich

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  4. Laura says:

    Laura Martin. I’d love this book as I blog on faith and doubt issues. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  5. Laura says:

    Reblogged this on Enough Light and commented:
    Since a theme of my blog is faith and doubt issues, here is a book giveaway for a new book by Greg Boyd entitled: Benefit of the Doubt, Breaking the Idol of Certainty.

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  6. Jason says:

    Yep, count me in!

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  7. Will Bell says:

    Will Bell

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  8. Jae Young Kim says:

    Thanks,

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  9. George Mearns says:

    George Mearns

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  10. Robert Castillo says:

    Robert Castillo

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  11. Eeli Kaikkonen says:

    Hi again from Eeli

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  12. Lisa W. says:

    Lisa Watson

    One of my professors mentioned this book recently.

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  13. Pauliina Oksanen says:

    Pauliina Oksanen
    It would be lovely to have and read this book!

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