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“And he said to them,
“Follow me, and I will make you fish for people.” Immediately they left their nets and followed him.” —Matthew 4:19-20
This past Sunday we spent another wonderful morning putting away the “regular” way of things and spending time doing theology together.
Wrestling with questions of faith is not a sign of a lack of faith, but the opposite.
Part of what it means to be a disciple of Christ is to ask questions, to wonder and be curious, and to not be afraid to struggle with complicated theology.
Here are just a few of the questions we began to work through together Sunday:
And that’s not even the whole list!
We’ll be posting podcasts from both services so you can hear responses to all the questions asked.
Listen, wonder with us, and join us next time to do theology together.
Questions for discussion:
Question asking and wondering about God is an integral part of the life of faith. Be curious. You’re not alone as you seek answers and new ideas. We’re in this together.
Our next “Ask the Pastors” will be April 30, 2017.
Come with your questions!