A Call to an Intellectual Faith

Dr. J. Brian Huffling writes a wonderful piece on why Christian anti-intellectualism is wrong and leads to some unfortunate consequences. Likewise, he argues for a faith that is based on evidence and reason, and one that stimulates the intellect. Anti-intellectualism, calling for Christians to have “blind faith,” has led to a rise in false teaching, and it is no surprise.

A Call to an Intellectual Faith | Dr. Huffling

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Published by Haden Clark

Husband / Dog Dad / B.A. Business Administration / M.A. Theological Studies / M.B.A. Finance

2 thoughts on “A Call to an Intellectual Faith

  1. I became a Christian because it’s true. I tried to become an atheist, but the more I studied, the more I saw the flaws in reasoning. But I was fortunate to have a kooky uncle who was a college professor, so I never believed everything my professors at the University said but as open to questioning it. Unfortunately, he didn’t come to faith despite our conversations.

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