“If you could ask 1,000 Christians one question, what would it be?”
This is one of my favorite questions to ask people who are not Christians. Their answers can be very insightful. Most recently, a college student responded by asking,
“Why is faith considered an admirable quality?”
At first hearing, you might think this is an easy question to answer. After all, faith has the potential to be admired for its humility, conviction, and sacrifice – to name just a few.
But I knew from the context of our conversation, that by her definition of faith, there was nothing admirable about it. From her perspective, any faith is blind faith.
[The above introduction is part of a guest post I wrote for Matt Dabb's blog, Kingdom Living. Click here to finish reading...]