And so, as a person of faith who studies the Bible for a living and who also lives (as I mentioned) in the here and now, I have come to terms somewhat with this dilemma of matching the God of the Bible with my faith: The God I read about in the Bible is not what God is like—in some timeless abstraction, and that’s that—but how God was imagined and then reimagined by ancient people of faith living in real times and places.
Enns, Peter. How the Bible Actually Works (pp. 124-125).
We are back from a little break to bring you another episode of The Define the Relationship Podcast. Today we delve into chapter 6 of Pete Enns’ book How the Bible Actually Works. Today’s chapter explores how we are to get a picture of What God is like?