For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then face to face. Now I know in part, but then I shall know just as I also am known.1 Corinthians 13:12
I have questions. Do you?
I created this site to search through my questions and find answers. It’s often easier finding answers by writing my thoughts out, so I figured I’d create this and share my thoughts with you.
I’m questioning things I’ve believed all my life. We’re still in the early days of the quarantine, I suspect, even though it’s been 4 months now, but because of that I want to mention that the questions didn’t just start now, to be honest, I’ve always questioned my beliefs…at least as long as I can remember. I think if we don’t question and seek answers; we aren’t allowing ourselves to grow. And, for those of us who believe in God (any god), what kind of god would not want their people to grow and become stronger?
I feel like I should say that I’m a Christian. I don’t really want to…I’ve become uncomfortable connecting myself to this particular group of people in the light of everything that’s been happening lately. Plus my beliefs have changed significantly over the years. Perhaps I could say I’m a Sectless Christian. I know, I’m a seeking Christian.
I believe wholeheartedly that we’re looking through a mirror dimly, that we only know in part, and if this is true, then how dare I say that anyone else’s beliefs are wrong. I daren’t. Do you?
So anyway, that’s what you’ll find here. A blind man trying to figure out an elephant. And hopefully, always being willing to consider what the other blind men feel has as much truth as what I discover. Which leads to the question, do we define our own realities by defining our truths? Perhaps so. What do you think?