>#FreedomFriday Doubt Edition

randomlychad  —  December 10, 2010 — 2 Comments

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Hi! If you’re reading this, thanks so much for dropping by! I appreciate you more than you know. Today, I would like to get to know a little more about you–specifically, what do you doubt? What questions do you have about faith–about the Bible, about anything–that there don’t seem to be any answers for? What question(s) would you be afraid to ask in church? What one opinion would you be afraid to voice for fear of fallout?

I’ll start:

I doubt the Lord created the heavens and the earth in a literal six days. Sorry, just can’t buy it. I have my reasons.

I doubt that everyone who speaks, or prays, in tongues at church is really speaking a heavenly language.

I doubt I would feel comfortable bringing a coworker to such a church. (Not that I am necessarily a cessationist, mind you, but if the outcome of said expression isn’t some new confessions of faith, then I’d sincerely doubt the source of said voice).

Lord, help me: I doubt a lot of things; help Thou my unbelief.

Ok, your turn, folks–Go:

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  • I doubt that the people in the church actually love one another (and therefore me) like they say they do (or should).

    • Ge-Anne, I'm with you. It's taken my wife & I a number of years to find a group of people that we feel a connection with. I once had a pastor tell me that hundreds of people may pass through your life before you find the ones you connect with. Don't stop trying, though--don't lose heart: the people are out there. Change churches if you have to, or go to small groups hosted by other churches. You will find people who love you for you.