C. K. Lambeth

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Gender MALE
Industry Education
Location Portland, Oregon, United States
Introduction My hope is that humans will be able to learn together and treat each other with respect even when they disagree. I hope it can start (or continue) with me. You can do the same. I have discovered that the more I really study the Bible, the better it holds up under intense scrutiny. And the more I hear counter-arguments, the more I realize how much blind faith that they are built on. Over and over, I am confronted with the fact that not believing in Christ requires as much (or more) faith as being his follower does. That is not to say that we can "reason" anyone into the Kingdom. The real nature of Christ is not limited to the mind (thankfully), nor able to be fully grasped by it. In addition to the mind, it is a work of heart, and initiated by the Spirit, that brings us into a relationship with God himself, with Jesus of Nazareth and his Holy Spirit. Welcome to the discussion.
Favorite Books "The God Who Is There" by Francis Schaeffer, "The Shack" by William Young, "Les Miserables" by Victor Hugo, "Battle of Beginnings" by Del Ratzsch, "I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist" by Norman Geisler, "Satan and the Problem of Evil" by Gregory Boyd, "Velvet Elvis" by Rob Bell

Try making up the rules to a game where you tie knots in a yo-yo string just to see if you can get them out:

Are there things that you believe, but cannot prove?