Resources from Summit

Shaky Part 2: When Doubt Comes From A Misunderstanding Of Belief

Many people turn away from Christianity when their understanding of belief itself breaks down. People embrace one of what my friend Mark Mittelberg describes as different “faith paths.” There are six such paths: The “relativistic faith path” says that truth is what you make it. The “traditional faith path” says that truth is what you’ve always been taught. The “authoritarian faith path” says that truth is what you’ve been told to believe. The “intuitive faith… Read More →Shaky Part 2: When Doubt Comes From A Misunderstanding Of Belief

Shaky: When Doubt Comes From A Lack of Foundational Knowledge

Some people stop believing in Christianity because they just don’t know enough to do any differently. Their beliefs are not based on knowledge to begin with. In America, around 85 percent of people say they believe in God. Because around three-fourths of Americans identify with a Christian denomination, most of these would say they are Christian. However, around half of Americans (53 percent) see God as a “cosmic force.” God clearly reveals himself in Scripture… Read More →Shaky: When Doubt Comes From A Lack of Foundational Knowledge