Tuesday, September 7, 2010


An Iranian cleric has proclaimed the Holocaust as "superstition", in spite of the fact that eye-witnesses are still around today to testify to the truth of this horrific event. I'm reminded of the Apostle Paul reminding his Corinthian readers that over 500 people saw the resurrected Christ. It was as if he were suggesting, "If you don't believe me, ask them!" For some people, no amount of evidence will suffice. Refusal to believe keeps people in the dark; it's as if they don't want to know the truth.


Anonymous said...

The limits of our physical world does provide a barrier to the abstraction of God's will as the underlying reality of our existence.
Jeremiah said that it's not the branches but the roots that gives strength to a tree, likewise faith, while certainly no guarantee against doubt, gives me as a Christian the power and encouragement to persevere in the face of not only my own natural apprehensive uncertainty of God's truth, but also in my sometimes refusal to see the truth as a matter of convenience.

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Anonymous said...

Good point, though sometimes it's hard to arrive to definite conclusions