Message #42 in the All In series on Luke 14:25-35.
My friend doesn't believe in God anymore. He told me that he lost his faith because he just didn't see any empirical support for it. He was faced with the choice to "believe" or to be honest. He chose the latter. Like most unbelievers, my friend now criticizes the character of God as he is … Continue reading The God Who is Love
I admit it. I hold seemingly conflicting data sets as true. As a result, my paradigm is constantly in flux. I've had to become acclimated to constant tension brought on by the conflict. It's a pain that I would wish on everyone because the alternatives are so much worse. The graphic below depicts my understanding … Continue reading Arch Model of Knowledge