Tag Archive: Doubting your Doubts

Religion and Science – Terrific lecture
Posted November 22nd, 2009 by Mike Hubbard

On Sunday the message was on issues of science and religion.  While getting ready for this, I found this audio of a lecture given at Journey Church here in St. Louis.  The speaker is C. John Collins who is Professor of Old Testament at Covenant Seminary.  He has written a book titled, Science and Faith: […]

The cross – where God’s righteousness, justice, and love kiss
Posted October 22nd, 2009 by Mike Hubbard

This past Sunday we discussed one of the most difficult topics for Christians to address, the belief in hell and a God who judges.  In the message, I tried to explain that the Biblical idea of hell is a direct result of our understanding of the holiness of God.  God is perfect, beautiful, glorious, and […]

The difference between doubt and unbelief
Posted October 9th, 2009 by Mike Hubbard

I spoke to a few people this week and had an interesting question raised about Thomas from the story in John 20:24-29.  My son Andy stated it best, as he asked if Thomas was given in this passage as a model to follow or whether he was a picture of what not to be.  Often […]

Bibliography for Doubting Your Doubts
Posted October 3rd, 2009 by Mike Hubbard

The upcoming series of messages is based on the book The Reason for God by Tim Keller.  But this book interacts with questions of doubt and challenges to the Christian world-view.  The following books are recommended reading to go along with this book on the subject.  Mike will be using many of these books in […]

From skepticism to faith – Lee Strobel’s story
Posted October 2nd, 2009 by Mike Hubbard

The challenge for us in the series, Doubting your Doubts involves being honest with our faith presuppositions.  Whether you have been a Christian all your life, are in seek mode, or are a skeptic, you come to issues of faith with assumptions that often form your faith responses.  The goal is to examine those closely, […]