#9 (Top 10 of 2011)

This is part of a series of top posts from 2011.

#9: The Skill of Doubt
“I just read the Bible for what it says.” Welcome to one of the most annoying statements I hear people say. Why? Because nobody does this. We all have lenses, called presuppositions, that filter how we process what we read and experience. Think of it like wearing glasses with different types of tint on them. The more objective among us are aware of these lenses and take them into consideration when discerning truth. The subjective among us pretend they don’t exist or that they don’t affect them. Your personality by itself is a huge lens…
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