Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Faith and Reason

(Blog at Stand to Reason)

Greg Koukl is a Christian apologetics guy over at www.STR.org. His latest blog really sums up one of my biggest frustrations of being a Christian. The whole blog post is this:

Faith is not what we fall back to when reason isn't available. It's the conviction of what we have reason to believe.

Spiritual things have become so trivial to the everyday life that no one seems to have a problem with the concept of blind faith being just that: blind.

In a sense, there is that. Let it be understood, though, that Christian faith is NOT that. The only "blind" in Christian faith is that God is not standing before us in a body. We can not see him now. That's where the blindness ends...

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