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Greg Koukl on Blind Faith

Greg Koukl on Blind Faith

Episode 18 • Truth Isn't Afraid of Questions

On this episode of The Humble Skeptic, Shane talks with Greg Koukl about the way faith is misunderstood in our day. In fact, he argues that the English word “faith” has evolved to such an extent that Christians should probably stop using it altogether. Greg is the founder and president of Stand to Reason and the author of The Story of Reality, Tactics, and Faith is Not Wishing.

• Related Humble Skeptic episodes: “Is Faith Irrational?”, “Is Faith Blind?”, “Is Faith a Feeling?”. To listen to an interview Shane recorded with Greg about his book Tactics, click here. To listen to an interview related to the problem of evil, click here.

• Resources by Greg Koukl: Faith Is Not Wishing, Tactics, The Story of Reality, and “Truth Is Not Ice Cream, Faith Is Not Wishing” (Audio Lecture).

• Recommended articles by Shane Rosenthal, “What is Faith?”, “Why Should We Believe The Bible?”, “On Faith & History”, How to Detect Deception”, and “Authenticating The Fourth Gospel.”

• To order a copy of The Proof of The Gospel by Eusebius of Caesarea, click here. To download a free PDF document containing quotes from Eusebius, Justin Martyr and Augustine related to this episode, click here.

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