Belief Without Sight

This is a short read on Jesus’ words to Thomas: “Blessed are those who believe without seeing me.” There’s also a tidbit about St. Thomas Aquinas, who I always love to read about.

Belief Without Sight

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Published by Haden Clark

Haden lives in North Texas with his wife and two dogs. He holds degrees in theology and philosophy.

One thought on “Belief Without Sight

  1. ” His grace, Jesus has spoken a word to all of us in His reply to another Thomas, the disciple who put his hand into the Lord’s wounds after His resurrection. “Blessed are those who believe without seeing me,” He said. Those of us who believe without having seen Him directly are blessed, and with that gift of blessing we should take great satisfaction and joy until the day when we all will see Him face to face.”

    and per the bible, JC had no problem in providing evidence. Neither did this god. However, now modern Christians must make excuses why this providing of evidence has stopped. Like other religions, people question and the gods become “mysterious” and then people stop believing.

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