Q: Is it wrong to have questions about God? I am a Christian, but sometimes things happen to me that make me doubt my faith, and I begin to wonder whether or not I’m really on the right track. — F.G.
A: No, it certainly is not wrong to question your faith. I would suggest that you question everything around you. In most cases you will probably determine that our knowledge, policies, and practices are sound, rational, and fair. However, there are certainly some aspects of your life and society that could be improved or that are based on improper assumptions. In order to improve your life and that of others, I would urge you to work to affect change where you see fit. Because you have doubts about your faith, I think you may be on the right track. I would advise you to research your faith in more detail starting with the text of the bible itself, the authorship of the New Testament, and the origin of the Christianity movement. To get started on this endeavor, you could review other posts in my Rejecting Belief category.
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