God? Really?

God? Really?

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Addressing challenging questions about the character of God.

Defending God against the objections of science is much easier than defending Him against the damage believers themselves have inflicted on His reputation. There are interpretations of the Bible that portrays God more like a violent psychopath than a loving God one would wish to exist. This book shares some of the author’s personal journey through some of the most difficult questions you can ask about the God of the Bible.

Harald Giesebrecht has been a church-planter and pastor in Oslo, Norway, for the past 17 years, alongside his work as an academic dean of the Norwegian Bible Institute. His academic background is in theology and German language and literature from universities in Norway, Germany and England. He loves reading, learning and deep discussions about “life, the universe and everything,” and especially about God, faith and the Bible.

Fun Fact: The cover photo, ‘Me versus the Galaxy’ by Mark McNeill, was Runner-Up Astronomy Photographer of the Year: ‘People and Space’.

Book Title God? Really?
Author Harald Giesebrecht
Type Book

Addressing challenging questions about the character of God.

Defending God against the objections of science is much easier than defending Him against the damage believers themselves have inflicted on His reputation. There are interpretations of the Bible that portrays God more like a violent psychopath than a loving God one would wish to exist. This book shares some of the author’s personal journey through some of the most difficult questions you can ask about the God of the Bible.

Harald Giesebrecht has been a church-planter and pastor in Oslo, Norway, for the past 17 years, alongside his work as an academic dean of the Norwegian Bible Institute. His academic background is in theology and German language and literature from universities in Norway, Germany and England. He loves reading, learning and deep discussions about “life, the universe and everything,” and especially about God, faith and the Bible.

Fun Fact: The cover photo, ‘Me versus the Galaxy’ by Mark McNeill, was Runner-Up Astronomy Photographer of the Year: ‘People and Space’.