People can know what they believe in terms of the content of their faith, but have little idea about why they believe what they believe. And remember, if you can't give a why to your faith, you will never be able to give a why not to your doubts. That's why Peter says we must always be ready to give a reason for our faith - not a recitation of the content of our faith (1 Peter 3:15). Why do you hold Christian beliefs rather than a host of others?
These intellectual doubts are the kind of doubts we are most familiar with. We usually think of doubt as being rooted in an intellectual or mental setting. Doubts, we feel, have their seat in the mind. And many times that is the case. But not always.
Rev. Don Horban - July 24, 2016
Rev. Don Horban - July 03, 2016