What’s worse than blind faith?

Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. — Hebrews 1:1 (KJV)


Imagine that you’ve just bought a used car from a stranger. You paid the full asking price, in part because you were confident that the car had never been in an accident.

  • If, before making the deal, you checked the car’s CarFax report and found no reports of accidents, your faith in the seller was a ‘seeing faith.’ (Most accidents are reported, but not all are.)
  • If you didn’t even bother examining the CarFax report, your faith in the seller was a blind faith.
  • If you checked the CarFax report, found reports of accidents, and concluded that the reports must have been erroneous, your faith in the seller was worse than blind faith; it was a ‘seeing denial.’

The Christian Bible is full of extraordinary claims that are inconsistent with what is known through secular history, archaeology, biology, physics and other sciences. I’m not saying the claims of the Bible are not logically possible. I am saying that believing those claims amounts to a ‘seeing denial.’


Posted on October 29, 2013, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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