You shouldn't judge or blame doubters

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TabinRivCA

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Thanks @Avisanct that is an enlightening article. When we know more, we are responsible for more and that includes being patient and motivated by love. God bless you!
 
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I like how the article addresses both the doubters and believers in their lives. I especially liked thinking of doubt as the gap between our current faith and faith that is not yet perfected. I don’t judge or blame them, but sometimes I don’t understand how a person can go from a seeming extreme of “all-in” faith to no faith? Small doubts are easier to understand and sometimes they have answers, but we won’t know or have all the answers. How do we help people in a faith crisis? It likely depends what caused it. Sometimes it’s suffering and there’s books written on just that question alone. Much to think about. Well, I sent this article to someone and I hope they find it helpful. Thanks for sharing!