Reclaiming Questions in an Age of Skepticism: The End of Our Exploring

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Humans question things all the time, but why? What's a question and how does it work? Beyond that, makes a question good? Are there bad questions? Should I question everything? Who says? Is there ever a time to stop questioning? When do you know you have an answer? Where is God in our questions? Is he prosecutor, witness, defendant? Are all questions 'doubts'? Are all doubts bad? Where does faith come into our questions? What would it look like to make questioning a habit, a lifestyle, a disp … [Read more...]

What Rob Bell Talks About At the Areopagus

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Is God still relevant for the modern world? Rob Bell thinks so, and we do too. But the real question is: how? Paul’s debate with the philosophers at the Areopagus remains a favorite story of mine. The Areopagus, or Mars Hill, in Athens was the cultural and intellectual center of the ancient world, so when the apostle Paul was asked to speak there on this strange new teaching about “Jesus” and “the Resurrection,” he spoke with great erudition and made an appeal for the Gospel tailored to his ‘reli … [Read more...]


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