The Problem With Condemning Religious Doubt September 7, 2016

The Problem With Condemning Religious Doubt

In his latest video, TheraminTrees explores the religious condemnation of doubt.

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I appreciate that he brings up the overlooked detail that those who question God in various holy books (e.g. Doubting Thomas in the Bible) are given the exact kind of supernatural proof that doubters today never get. If I got that sort of justification, I’d convert in a heartbeat.

And be sure to watch the fascinating analogy at the 8:30 mark.

(Thanks to Edward for the link)

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