Monthly Archives: July 2012

Doubt III

At different times during my life, I’ve experienced periods of doubt. While attending a Jewish university, for example, I recall my struggle with the basis of authority for my faith. “Given that you’re a Christian, that might be expected,” you’d … Continue reading

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Doubt II

People who’ve experienced the recent horrific theater attack in Aurora, CO, may come to doubt God’s goodness. How can a good God let such things happen? We may entertain those doubts ourselves. We’ve lived through many horrors. At times, those … Continue reading

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Doubt I

Have you ever explored your doubts? I didn’t say believe your doubts, just explore them.¬†After all, where is our proof?–only the word of others. In other words, their beliefs. Social support keeps us believing: if everyone else believes, it must … Continue reading

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