A BLIND FAITH OR A REASONABLE FAITH?

A very good read.

Thoughts Of A Reformed Man

True faith is not believing against evidence. Rather, true faith involves trusting in the evidence that God has amply provided in and through His Word. That faith is not without what Calvin called evidences; rather, it is a faith that surrenders to or acquiesces to the evidences. 

– R.C. Sproul, Faith and Reason

In our age today, questions seem to be raised about almost everything. In our Christian walk, we will inevitably face some of these questions. The response given by many evangelicals when some of these questions are posed is, “I don’t know, it’s all faith. I just believe, brother.” After all, they say, “blessed are those who believe without seeing.” Now, if this answer was ever given to me as a response to a question, I would be extremely disappointed. The Christian worldview, after all, is supposed to be the most logically consistent worldview. Why then, are…

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