THE SIN OF CERTAINTY Why God Desires “Our” Trust More Than “Our” Correct Beliefs By Peter Enns Reviewed by Geoffrey W. Sutton Chances are you’ve met a few people who insist their beliefs are right. They don’t hesitate to denounce others as not just wrong but as evil people--people out to ruin the country, destroy lives, and on the brink of eternal damnation. If you followed the 2016 or 2020 campaigns for president of the United States, you know what I’m talking about—many people were sure their candidate was right and the other one was an evil menace. And some of those people attacked “friends” and family on social media and elsewhere. I read Enn’s book, The Sin of Certainty in 2017. My review hasn’t been published yet but I will post some text here and give you a link to the full, unpublished version. It’s certainly a book worth reading. The “Sin” in Peter Enns’ book is a devotion to correct beliefs rathe
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