When we think of "strong" faith as something that should be free of uncertainty or crises, I believe we have gotten wrong an important part of who God is and how the Christian life really works. (p. 25)
That's how Enns summarizes the problem of faith for many people and why he wrote The Sin of Certainty.
He is also clear that this isn't just a key question for people who are experiencing a crisis of doubt, but for anyone who wants a growing and vital faith. At the heart of this question is the way we read and understand the Bible. Note: he is NOT saying the problem is the Bible, but the way we read and understand it.
Thought #2: The Bible & God's Word
Enns outlines four challenges that have arisen in the last century to the way we read the Bible:
Divisions in the Church