The Christian faith requires faith. That means that believers are sometimes faced with uncertainty. But is all uncertainty bad? Instead of affirming either extreme of unchecked doubt or zealous dogmatism, theologian Joshua McNall encourages readers to find a space that allows them to ask difficult questions and exercise their imagination in order to move to a position of trust. With such a faith in the living God, we can seek further understanding by being open to say, “I wonder . . . ” or to ask, “What if . . . ?” Indeed, embracing a stance of “perhaps” might lead to greater faith.
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