Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe: Ten Misbeliefs That

Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe: Ten Misbeliefs That Keep Us from Experiencing God's Grace ❰Download❯ ➻ Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe: Ten Misbeliefs That Keep Us from Experiencing God's Grace Author Gary Kinnaman – Thomashillier.co.uk What we think about reality affects our relationship with God And many of us are infected with lies that like spiritual viruses attack our mind soul and spirit Here Gary Kinnaman exposes ten false not What we think Smart Christians Kindle ´ about reality affects our relationship with God And many of us are infected with lies that like spiritual viruses attack our mind soul and Dumb Things MOBI :↠ spirit Here Gary Kinnaman exposes ten false notions that are obstacles to our receiving the fullness of God's grace With humor and pluck he rescues readers from stubborn Things Smart Christians PDF ↠ religious lies such as The better you are the bigger the blessing And whoppers like If God leads you to something everything will work out just great To Things Smart Christians Believe: Ten Epub / top it off Kinnaman teaches six ways to change our faulty thinking to become a stronger vital Christian.


5 thoughts on “Dumb Things Smart Christians Believe: Ten Misbeliefs That Keep Us from Experiencing God's Grace

  1. James Frederick James Frederick says:

    This book was both good and frustratingly disappointing at the same time For one thing while the title may be attention getting and buzz worthy it is the wrong title for the book The things described by the author are not dumb things In the introduction the author talks about blind spots I think that most of the items he discusses in the book are blind spots They are things that people either have not considered or not considered fully People can EVEN consider these things and reasonable minds can differ as to how people should feel about themSo it is just wrong to call these notions dumb things It may be wrongand I agree with the author on a few of his arguments But just because someone doesn't agree with the author's position it does not make them dumb Christian or not That is probably my biggest gripe The author was going for a glitzy title but it just is wrong As for the mistaken beliefs which is what he calls them in the book not dumb beliefs a lot of them seemed to blend and merge together Many of the chapters were not distinct enough from the others to prove the author's point One area I really DID like was his discussion on whether Jesus' sacrifice was enough or whether there is something else needed beyond that That was a very good discussion and dealt with a topic that very serious Christians often wrestle with The writer could have addressed a number of these deeper spiritual topics Instead he focused much of the book on why bad things happen to people and whether there is anything they can or should do about it I was very excited to read this because I think it is great for all people to think about and consider issues of faith; even challenging ones Ultimately I was very disappointed with the execution of this however I gave it 3 stars because of the premise and the discussion on Jesus' sacrifice The remainder of the book was repetitive and even though I found myself highlighting passages left and right I also found myself wishing there had been so much The author scored points for his honesty and openness in detailing many of his struggles That added depth that would otherwise not have been apparent I wish there had been done around this As someone who considers himself a student of faith and someone seeking a deeper understanding and connection with God I was disappointed and I felt the book fell well short of its potential


  2. Susan Susan says:

    35 stars It did have a few new ideas to mull over but much I had heard before


  3. Beth Beth says:

    While I disagree with Kinnaman's fundamentalist leanings rantings against secular humanism etc he offers good advice on how to get over one's self and to acknowledge the role of God's grace in one's life


  4. Rachel Rachel says:

    Pretty good and gave me some interesting things to think about The beginning ones are pretty basic like the misconception God loves me so he will forgive anything I do but as you get further into it the deeper and difficult the topics get


  5. Michaelbatte Michaelbatte says:

    Every Christian should read this expecially those who think they are right


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