Sunday, April 23, 2023
When Faith Takes Turns
By wrestling with our reservations, embracing new scientific understandings, and moving forward into the mysterious unknown, we will discover a bigger and more mysterious God than our faith can actually grasp.
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Spark's Worship Service with guest speaker, Dr. Peter Enns.
Dinner is served for all attendees. (Please RSVP).
Conversational Interview Q&R (Question & Response).
Questions from the audience were taken from Sli.do#2177053.
Watch and Listen:
Dr. Pete Enns
Peter Enns (Ph.D., Harvard University) is Abram S. Clemens professor of biblical studies at Eastern University in St. Davids, Pennsylvania. Peter is the author of multiple books including Inspiration and Incarnation, The Evolution of Adam, The Bible Tells Me So, The Sin of Certainty, How The Bible Actually Works, and Curveball, the topic of this event.
Dr. Pete Enns on Good Morning America, March 17, 2023
"World tragedies, devastating personal losses, the incomprehensible vastness of the universe next to the fragility of our planet—there's no preparing for the inevitable curveballs blowing past us from all angles. We're often left doubting God, the Bible, our faith, and even oursleves.
Many Christian traditions see these crises as problems that need to be overcome. But rather than denounce our reservations, the Bible models how we need to face them and wrestle with them. God wants us to question, because doing so actually leads us to building a stronger, more resilient faith."
(excerpt from cover of Curveball)
Other Books by Pete: