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Chasing a God You Don't Want to Catch

Author Darren Wilson
Narrator Lance Smith
Runtime 6.2 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher Thomas Nelson
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Release Date May 12, 2020
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We Are So Quick to Say We Want “More” of God, but Is That Really True?

As strange as it may sound, the most misunderstood, misrepresented, and potentially the most feared person in Christianity may very well be God Himself. Even seasoned Christians often view God as frightening, untrustworthy, and distant. But nothing could be further from the truth.

Author and filmmaker Darren Wilson takes a funny yet poignant romp through Scripture, revealing a long-time Christian’s hang-ups and fears of a God he was supposed to love. Wilson looks at questions such as:

- Is God selfish, silent, distant, and constantly disappointed in you?
- How do you love someone you can’t see and who has the power to punish you at any moment?
- How can a loving God throw people into hell simply for not believing in Him?

Wilson encourages readers to be honest with themselves and with God. He challenges us to face the things many Christians struggle with but are too afraid to talk about because everyone else seems to have this faith thing figured out. He believes God isn’t afraid of our questions, doubts, fears, or even our anger. The secret to peace and friendship with God lies in understanding who He really is.
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We Are So Quick to Say We Want “More” of God, but Is That Really True?

As strange as it may sound, the most misunderstood, misrepresented, and potentially the most feared person in Christianity may very well be God Himself. Even seasoned Christians often view God as frightening, untrustworthy, and distant. But nothing could be further from the truth.

Author and filmmaker Darren Wilson takes a funny yet poignant romp through Scripture, revealing a long-time Christian’s hang-ups and fears of a God he was supposed to love. Wilson looks at questions such as:

- Is God selfish, silent, distant, and constantly disappointed in you?
- How do you love someone you can’t see and who has the power to punish you at any moment?
- How can a loving God throw people into hell simply for not believing in Him?

Wilson encourages readers to be honest with themselves and with God. He challenges us to face the things many Christians struggle with but are too afraid to talk about because everyone else seems to have this faith thing figured out. He believes God isn’t afraid of our questions, doubts, fears, or even our anger. The secret to peace and friendship with God lies in understanding who He really is.