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Is It Wrong to Think I’m Right?

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Did you catch the first episode in the series, Deconstructing Faith: Series Introduction?

Do Christians always think they’re right? Is pursuing certainty in belief a sign of arrogance?

One of the challenges that Christians who are going through the deconstruction process are facing, is the real feeling of discomfort with how out of step Christians are with the sentiments and values of our culture.

There’s a real opposition in the cultural mindset  toward the claims of Christianity that Christians have to overcome. This isn’t easy.

Christians who are struggling with faith doubts and the discomfort of trying to uphold an exclusive truth claim in the conflicting reality of our cultural landscape need some helpful insights to consider.  

In this episode, Scott and Shawn discuss

  • The importance of identifying the source of the discomfort
  • Identifying religious pluralism’s hidden exclusive religious claims
  • How the modern and postmodern views of knowledge both fall short in their approach to knowledge
  • Why the core essence of the Christian faith excludes any notions of presumptive arrogance 

Episode Resources

Book: True for You, But Not for Me: Overcoming Objections to Christian Faith (Paul Copan)

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