by Jonathan Morrow
We have all run into the buzzsaw of skepticism at some point in our lives and it’s not a fun experience.
Perhaps your conversation went something like this:
Skeptic: So as a Christian you must believe in God right?
You: Yes. I believe in God…don’t you?
Skeptic: Actually, no, I don’t. Are you saying that you have 100% certainty that God exists? I mean , isn’t it possible that God doesn’t exist?
There are several things going on in a scenario like this, but I just want to highlight one.
The One Question That Will Help You Break Free From The Grip Of Skepticism
Whether from a well meaning friend or an aggressive critic, the problem of skepticism can be hard to break free from. The unspoken assumption of skepticism is that if it’s possible you could be wrong about something, then you can’t know it. Usually this comes in the form a “How do you know that you’re not wrong?” (which could be repeated forever….)
This is mistaken. Here’s why…
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