Sometimes seemingly unanswered questions can lead to doubt in the truth of Christianity. But when exactly does doubt become unbelief?
Answer: when we let it.
Our questions, even doubts, don’t have to result in unbelief. They are normal, shouldn’t be ignored, and can actually bring us to do something that is extremely important . . .
All of us posses the deep rooted desire to find out what’s true of reality. What’s life’s purpose? Is there a God? Who am I? Why do I matter? These questions, and any doubts surrounding the answers, shouldn’t result in complacency or unbelief, but rather, spur us on to exploration.
We should explore God.
Exploring is a journey, and every journey takes time. But what journey is more worthwhile than the one that involves finding the Truth.
And you’re not alone, chances are that the same questions you have someone else has had before you. For this reason, we’ve provided many resources on this site that can help address the the common questions you and others wrestle with. Learn more about these by following the links below.
Remember, Matthew 7:7 tells us: “Keep on asking, and you will receive what you ask for. Keep on seeking, and you will find. Keep on knocking, and the door will be opened to you.”