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TRUST AND OBEY: IS THERE NO OTHER WAY?

Eventually if not sooner, every religious believer must find a way to deal with two especially difficult demands: to take more things on faith and do more things on orders than seem credible or necessary. It would be one thing … Continue reading

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IS GOD’S MIND CHANGEABLE?

If the first stories in the Bible are any indication, this is a more difficult question to answer than it might seem. Most of the traditions which are based on them — whether Jewish, Christian, or Muslim — draw sharp … Continue reading

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HOW TO BE FAITH-FILLED WITHOUT BEING RELIGIOUS

Too often, “being religious” amounts to little more than being loyal to a particular religion’s institutions and traditions. And even worse, to those alone — other religions don’t count. Nor do those who subscribe to them. There is an important … Continue reading

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