Christianity, Secularism….Doubt Part 3


Paul E. Miller puts it like this:

 “I recently had a cynical moment during my morning prayer time.  I was reflecting on some answers to the previous day’s prayer, and I felt a lingering distaste in my soul.  All I’d done was pray, and God had acted.  It seemed too easy.  Trite.  I realized I was hunting for something to doubt.  I was also hunting for something to do.  At bottom, I didn’t like grace.  I wanted to be a player in the way God answered my request.  In fact, at that moment I didn’t like God.  I was more comfortable with His distance.”

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