I’ve written a lot about the topic of doubt. Whether it’s about “doubting Thomas,” or that verse in James that tells us not to doubt, or wrestling with my own doubts, this is a subject that resonates with me personally…. Read More ›
“Have Mercy on Those Who Doubt”: Does the Twenty-First Century Church Have Room for Doubting Thomas?
Today is the day the church has historically set aside to honor the apostle Thomas. You might recall him by his popular nickname, “Doubting Thomas.” This was the disciple who, after hearing the first report that Jesus had risen from… Read More ›
At the time of year when the radio, the TV, the neighbors, and even the soulless retail stores were shouting “Joy to the world,” I was enduring a dark and silent crisis of faith.
As I’ve ministered to college students and young adults over the past few years, one of the hardest things has been seeing young believers grow frustrated with themselves when they aren’t seeing progress in their faith. I’ve had students question… Read More ›