Many Christians believe that doctrine is less important than experiencing God personally. Is this true? Is experiencing God more important than what you believe? Are manifestations of the gifts of the Holy Spirit necessary for proof that God is involved in your life? Is a happy, joyful feeling a good indicator of spiritual health? How can you know that God cares about you personally and is involved in your life?

Walter Veith looks at the importance of doctrine versus emotion and explains which of these is necessary for building a relationship with God.
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