Are questions to be welcomed and embraced—or feared and avoided?
May 9, 2013
A David Hayward cartoon illustrates the way many churches regard questions
“Some see questions as an illegitimate disease. Others see it as a legitimate dis-ease,” says David Hayward in this brief post on his Naked Pastor blog on Patheos. Read some of the remarks that are made when honest questions are raised in some Christian circles. In addition, see what some of Hayward’s readers say in his comment section about their personal experiences with questions. Related Reading: I am reminded of what the writer and poet Rainer Maria Rilke said about loving the questions and living the questions. You might also like this short video, featuring various Christian leaders, called “Living the Questions: An Introduction to Progressive Christianity.”
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