Archive for November, 2010

By Keith Miller | November 30, 2010

How Can I Know?

Keith, is the Bible true?  And if it is, how can I know it’s true? That’s a good question, one that a lot more Christians wonder about than you would imagine.  The simple answer is that since the story is all about God, what God is like, and what God wants from the relationship with […]

By Keith Miller | November 24, 2010

Breathing Underwater

Keith, you write a lot about how a certain kind of small group has helped you learn how to face and deal with real temptations, fears, inadequacies and other painful areas of living.  How can you do that?  I’m afraid to trust other people enough to be honest about my real stuff for fear they […]

By Keith Miller | November 15, 2010

A Different Way of Seeing

Since so many scientists and educators and psychologists are atheists, how can I believe it’s possible to have a personal relationship with God?  People who don’t believe in God point out how stupid some people are who say they do believe.  How can I re-think about this?  (Surely all the people who believe in God […]

By Keith Miller | November 9, 2010

Palms Sweating, Teeth Chattering and All

You often talk about trying to find ways to help other people when you feel like no one really loves you.  How does your helping someone else help you? Very good question.  Because I am a writer and have written a lot of books about trying to live my ordinary walking around life for the […]

By Keith Miller | November 4, 2010

A Rim of Light

With elections just completed and Thanksgiving creeping up on us, we are in the midst of the screamers on the radio and television talk shows warning us of the “crooks” running for office, or the “blindness and the incompetence” of our elected representatives, and of the failings of our leaders in virtually all fields.  However, […]

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