Monthly Archives: December 2012

#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 18

Intense personal suffering and catastrophic loss will test our faith, and shake our confidence in God’s justice.  While there is a point at which we have to guard against “feeling sorry for ourselves”, it is also dangerous to deny the … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 17

We will try to make sense of these inquiries later, but for now it is only right for me to state my personal position on the question of fairness.  I suspect you already know: the test is “not” fair.  This … Continue reading

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#2 Pencil Faith – Entry 16

More than once I have sat in my office, struggling with a grieving family member seeking the answer to these two simple inquiries (“Why me and why now?”).  I am always surprised to discover the grace with which most people … Continue reading

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