Leap of faith

While splitting imaginary theological hairs can justifiably cause those within earshot to scramble for the doors, legitimate biblical teachings are both necessary and practical. In many cases, whether we hold on to a biblical teaching or to some humanly devised counterpart, it impacts how we live and interact with others.

Consider the repercussions emanating from three views on whether evidence can play a role in faith.

Mention faith in God in some circles and the assumption is that in order to serve God a “leap of faith” is required. This phrase owes its roots to Søren Kierkegaard, who lived in the 1800’s.

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