Why It’s Okay Not to Have All the Answers

With all of the questions I have tried to answer through this apologetic resource, let me make one thing clear: I DO NOT HAVE ALL THE ANSWERS. And neither do you. Amanda Fischer from A Clear Lens explains why this is okay and shouldn’t hinder us from speaking to others about our faith.

“Why It’s Okay Not to Have All the Answers” – Amanda Fischer

Blog Ad

Advertisements

6 Replies to “Why It’s Okay Not to Have All the Answers”

  1. This was a very good read and a timely reminder! Blessings

  2. Such truth here. God would not be God if our finite minds had the ability to completely understand Him and His ways. That sense of wonder and mystery causes us to seek Him all the more.

  3. It is a good post. Humility and speaking standing for the faith is a difficult balance. We must be ready and willing to give an answer. We should desire them and polish up how to present it, but at the end of the day that one sentence in the article. “You are not God.” That goes a long way. There are many things we don’t understand, Jesus help us to be your witnesses.
    Thank you for this post.

  4. We are like kids playing in the sandbox. We think we know a great deal, but in reality we know very little except for the truth found in His words and His book.

Leave a Reply