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Unexpected Pathways to Faith

If you listen to or watch this podcast, you probably consider yourself a Christian. But I bet you have questions about Christianity. You might even doubt aspects of it. If not, then you know someone who does. And maybe you’ll want to share this episode with them.

Whether you’ve believed for as long as you can remember or you’re doubting right now, it can be comforting to know the faith journey rarely looks simple. It’s full of twists and turns. Politics, sexuality, family, and religious experience all push us to and fro, especially in the critical years of maturation in adolescence and early adulthood.

Over 40 years, Randy Newman has heard hundreds of stories about people coming to faith. He brings that experience to bear in his new book, Questioning Faith: Indirect Journeys of Belief Through Terrains of Doubt, which releases February 27 from Crossway and The Gospel Coalition. Randy is senior fellow for apologetics and evangelism at the C. S. Lewis Institute. He was formerly on staff with Cru, ministering in and near Washington, DC. He joined me on Gospelbound to discuss motives, plausibility, certainty, and doubt, among other topics.


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