One of the tensions within faith communities is the binary view that faith and doubt are on opposites sides of the spectrum, when faith and doubt may be better viewed as uneasy siblings. Unfortunately, when doubt is viewed in narrow terms, people who deeply question are often afraid of revealing their uncertainties to family and friends. Consequently, emotional connection and intimacy are lost. In this session, the presenter discusses how doubt can lead to healthy paradigms of faith and facilitates a discussion on ways of supporting one another in mixed-faith marriages and friendships where doubt exists. Audience participation is encouraged.
Randall Davis, Rick C. Bennett