Lord, I Believe
(and don’t judge me for not paying to upgrade my account so i could embed the video right here.)
It’s one of those talks you know is important when you hear it; you know it’s particularly important for you, meaning all of us and especially me. I copy here one statement from the paragraph where he encourages us to be true to the faith we do have.
“Sometimes we act as if an honest declaration of doubt is a higher manifestation of moral courage than is an honest declaration of faith. It is not!”
Thanks, Alyce. I listened again.
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