Session 3: Faith and Doubt
In this session, Chad talked about external and internal confirmation for faith.
- Play: Session 3 Video
If a skeptic asked you to define what you meant by “faith,” what would you say? Give an example of what this kind of faith looks like.
Do you agree with the statement that all people live by some sort of faith? Can you think of any examples of people living by “non-religious” faith?
Chad talked about external and internal confirmation for faith. External confirmation often looks like apologetic arguments. Internal confirmation often looks like the conviction of the Holy Spirit. Take a moment and voice a prayer for yourself and for a skeptic in your life that the Holy Spirit would bring them to conviction. Always remember, that a person’s belief is not our personal responsibility. We simply want to create an environment where belief is reasonable.
The example of marriage was used to illustrate the nature of faith. What was the point of that illustration?
The session ended with a note about doubt. Chad gave four points to remember about doubt. Did any of those points resonate with your experience?
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