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….and you expect me to believe that?

Skeptics. Seems like they are everywhere today.  Young and old, women and men…in our churches, schools, and governments.  Where did they all come from?  We’re living in an age of disbelief.  If we could develop some dogmas, doctrines and perhaps a creed or two around our disbeliefs perhaps we all would have  a religion that we could all profess together.

But aren’t some of the things we learned and believed in the past, worth holding onto?

Do people who question everything have more faith than those who are afraid to question?

What if Jesus is not the answer, but the one who left us with the greatest questions.

Can skeptics believe in themselves?