A Late Summer Read that I Would Wish On Anyone: Peter Enns’ The Sin of Certainty

This summer, I really enjoyed Peter Enns’ latest, The Sin of Certainty. My only complaint: why didn’t Peter write this book years ago? (I’m joking, of course. It takes decades to be ready to write a book like this.) There was literally nothing like it available when I was in college, graduate school, and young adulthood … and I went through so much spiritual agony and angst that Peter’s gentle wisdom, humor, and understated brilliance could have saved me from. Even now, the book tells me I’m not alone in my struggle to redefine faith not as a list of beliefs, opinions, or thoughts, but as something bigger and deeper. What is that? You really should read The Sin of Certainty to find out.