We should maintain that if an interpretation of any word in any religion leads to disharmony and does not positively further the welfare of the many, then such an interpretation is to be regarded as wrong; that is, against the will of God, or as the working of Satan or Mara.
Buddhadasa Bikkhu, a Thai Buddhist Monk
Monday, May 14, 2012
Doubt Belongs in Church
In her posting, "My Faith: Returning to church, despite my doubts," author Andrea Palpant Dilley briefly documents here own journey from faith to un-faith and back again and makes two points. First, she writes, "My doubt belonged in church." Second, she concludes, "My doubt is actually part of my faith." Her posting is relatively brief and worth a look.