Many preachers, especially those who prefer more co-dependent, rigid relationships with God and believers, would find this book troublesome. They naively see doubt as anathema. Said another way, "Have enough faith and you will have no doubts." That is bad psychology and abusive theology. Faith and doubt often share the same bed and this book leads us through the one (doubt) because of the gifts of the other (faith) so that the one (faith) might be strengthened because of the other (doubt).
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