“Lord, I believe; help my unbelief!”
Nothing has motivated Fleming Rutledge in her preaching more than addressing people’s struggles with doubt. Help My Unbelief speaks directly to the “faithful doubters” and the “unbelieving believers” of the church who wrestle with questions and uncertainties about Christian faith.
What if I’m not very religious?
Why isn’t it enough just to be good and loving?
How can I respond to an abstraction like the Trinity?
Isn’t Christianity outmoded?
Can we still believe in the Resurrection today?
Renowned preacher, author, and Episcopal priest, Fleming Rutledge approaches these questions with a combination of pastoral warmth and theological fearlessness, aligning herself with those seeking answers and pointing readers toward the One who creates and sustains faith.
Join Jason Micheli, Anthony Robinson, Joshua Monkeyheisen, Teer Hardy, and Tommie Marshall as we discuss Fleming’s book for “the faithful doubter.”
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