Reasonable Doubts

Doubt.

Just the word can scare many Christians.

We don’t like the word very much, because many of us can’t help but feel like any expression of doubt goes along with a lack of faith, or perhaps a direct challenge to it.

But is that really the case? Or is there a place for doubt in the lives of Christians, and in the Church itself? How does the character of Thomas at the end of John’s Gospel reveal to us what role doubt plays in the life of faith? Is there a way forward even when we feel like there is something about Christianity, even something that seems vital and essential, we just don’t understand, or find hard to believe?

On this episode of The DBC Podcast, I sat down with the two original co-hosts of this podcast. The three of us have not been all together for a podcast since the very first episode way back in July 2015. It was great to have a conversation with Mark Paul (Minister with Students) and Steve Johns (Sunday Morning Bible Study teacher) about the role of doubt in Christianity, and just like thirty-five episodes ago, our discussion meandered into deeply inspiring territory. I hope you will enjoy it as much a I did.

There are a lot of ways to connect with us this week – a lot of stuff in our conversation in the form of questions and statements looking for other viewpoints. So we hope you’ll listen and then venture into the comments section on this post and drop us a line so the conversation can go on. Oh, and don’t miss our special, impromptu trivia question given at the tail-end of the episode.

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