Continuing on in the Fighting Against the Roots of Doubt series, this past Sunday, I talked about taking this fight against the root of shame. This issue of shame is complex. This, I argued, is why it is essential for us to turn to the Scripture. What does it have to say about shame? I believe the Bible makes it clear that there is a shame we ought not to have and a shame we ought to have. I called the one “misplaced shame” and the other “well-placed shame”. Like everything else that matters, the crucial issue is how God fits into the experience of shame.