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About Gregory E. Hanson
Greg Hanson is a pastor, writer, and teacher specializing in matters of practical faith. Greg has spoken to audiences in the U.S., Canada, and Haiti, and his writings have been used by church leaders around the world.
After investing 18 years in planting churches, Greg now serves as a teaching pastor at the largest Protestant Church in Atlantic Canada and one of the fastest growing churches in the country. As a pastor, he helps people deal with a variety of relational and spiritual issues while discovering new depths in their relationship with God.
Greg resides in Atlantic Canada with his wife Shera and their two children, Nate and Noah.
Discover why the practice of baptism has been central to the Christian faith for the past 2000 years. Explore its significance, while finding out how you, too, can be baptized as an expression of faith in Jesus.
The Answering Objections series addresses questions people have about the content and formation of the Bible, the historicity and identity of Jesus, the nature and makeup of the Church, the reality of the Resurrection, the origins of Christianity, basic Christian theology, the existence of God, and more!
You do not need to hold to a blind faith when a reasonable faith is waiting to be discovered. Nor must you close your eyes and ignore your intellect in order to believe in God or the legitimacy of Christianity. Instead, you can engage in discussions with those who might raise challenges, be open about your own questions, and discover the answers together.
Belief in Jesus does not require blind faith. Instead, you can have a reasonable faith. Discover the answers to some of the most common questions about the person of Jesus. Learn the truth about where Christian beliefs came from and why believers hold to them today.
Tithing is not about helping the church meet a budget; it's about learning to trust God more. It's about expressing your love for Jesus and your showing your support for what He wants to do in this world. Ultimately, tithing is meant for our benefit, not God's. It's the key that unlocks the door to tremendous spiritual growth.
"Isn't the Bible Just a Work of Fiction?" seeks to provide honest, simple answers for eight of the most common objections raised about the Christian Scriptures. Written from a Christian perspective, it explores how the Bible came together, how it was transmitted through the centuries, and how modern archaeology supports its reliability. It also responds questions about slavery and violence in the Bible and how it can be reconciled with the depiction of a good and loving God.
Accepting the Bible does not require blind faith. Instead, you can have a reasonable faith. Discover that there are good reasons to trust the message of Scripture.