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Working through Unspoken Unbelief
Do you ever struggle with doubts about God? Would it surprise you to know that many Christians do?
In these pages, author and pastor Tim Zacharias leads readers on a journey through Psalm 73, a passage of Scripture written by a man who was clearly wrestling through secret doubts about the goodness of God. What added to the intensity of his struggle was his public role as the temple’s chief musician. Perhaps because of this position, Asaph’s doubts were left hidden, and his unbelief remained unspoken.
We often quote from Psalm 73’s triumphant end, but we sometimes overlook the agony of its middle—and what it can teach us during our seasons of unbelief. In this raw revelation of doubt, Asaph expresses his moments of mistrust, and yet, he charts a path for victory and assurance.
In Secret Doubts, Tim also shares his own story of ministry and personal challenges, including a shocking cancer diagnosis. He writes in a way that is open, real, relatable, and encouraging. If you have ever wondered about the goodness of God or struggled to settle your heart on what your mind knows is true, this book is for you.
Thought-provoking questions at the close of each chapter make this an excellent resource for individual study or ministry classes and small groups.
|Publication Date||May 23, 2016|
|Print Length||128 pages|
Dr. Tim Zacharias is a husband and a father of four children. He is the founding pastor of Community Baptist Church of Branford, Connecticut. Tim is also a trained counselor, conference speaker, and lecturer. He has taught in many settings including the Yale Law School where he directed a course on the Christian principles of early American law.