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Why unanswered questions are so hard


Challenging post on July 20 by John Fischer on the topic of Questions.  Here is one paragraph:

Questions leave us vulnerable, weak, needy. They open up gaping holes in our personality, our theology, or our lifestyle. Questions force an honesty that we are unwilling to confront – an honesty that requires us to live with our lives unresolved. We don’t like that. Especially when we’re trying to sell a theology that has an answer to every problem we face.

Read the rest of his post here

What unanswered questions do you have today?

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