Experiencing God by Henry Blackaby burst onto the evangelical and especially the Southern Baptist scene in the mid-90s. It is still being taught in churches all over the world today. To say that it has been a publishing juggernaut would be quite the understatement.
In this study, Blackaby tells people how to hear God’s voice in the various ways He supposedly speaks. Is this, however, a doctrinally sound study? Are the hermeneutics employed reliable? Jim Osman and I discuss.