This book is a solid, Bible-based book on emotions and how to deal with them as a Christian.
“I am a pastor who loves theology. The theological stream I consciously drink from takes doctrine very seriously, something with which I wholeheartedly agree. That’s one of the reasons I drink there. My theological tradition (Reformed) puts a great deal of emphasis on the mind. It is a strongly academic tradition and can become very cerebral. So why am I writing a book about the emotions? A few years ago I “felt” the need to teach on the emotions. Since I believe that there is a biblical doctrine of the emotions and am convinced that in our mind-oriented tradition we could use some perspective on the emotions, I started a “short” sermon series…”
This book is the result of this sermon series.
"Feelings and Faith" is solidly Bible-based.
Brian Borgman immerses us in the Bible’s perspectives on feelings and the book is good teaching on emotions (and the negative and positive results).
Borgman writes, that the book is practical theology – and he quotes what was said about Jonathan Edwards: “All of his doctrine was application and all of his application was doctrine.”