3) Every once-and-awhile, It Does Me Good To Remember Why We Believe

We live in a crazy, mixed-up world. It’s a world in which we can easily be swayed by every episode of Star Trek and by lectures by smart people like Richard Dawkins (author of The God Delusion). That’s why it’s important, every once-and-awhile, to watch something like Ravi Zacharias in this video:




Naturally, at the end of the day, following Christ ultimately requires a person to take a “leap of faith.” But, in the face of a doubting world, isn’t it nice to make believing believable again? : )


2 Responses to 3) Every once-and-awhile, It Does Me Good To Remember Why We Believe
  1. Kenneth Munn Reply

    But as Francis Schaeffer used to say, “faith is not a leap into the dark but a leap into the light”.

  2. Ted Bjorem Reply

    thanks, every now and again I too like to hear such. Because of my “cookies” it brought up next this on homosexuality


    He says we all think in one of three categories of who or what is our source of authority: Theos, human autocrat, self/autonomous. We must discern which category those in the discussion believe. Gender issues can only be possible if we are autonomous. But, if anyone wishes to accuse us of being (whatever ) then are they now acting as autocrates telling us what to believe and denying us the autonomy they claim we all have?

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