Facing Our Giants: The Question of America's Most Hated Candidates!

I once heard about the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard (1813-1855). Although I do not remember much, one thing in particular stood out to me: He believed that faith is a battle, that each and every day you have to fight for each “doctrine” –– question everything –– in order to have any kind of true faith. Anyone with any experience with the world of faith knows this to be true. Faith can be a great comfort only because it was worked for; it gives you a rock-solid base because you built that foundation stone by stone. However, every time it is my turn to confront my faith, I balk. If someone questions a belief I’ve never questioned and––more importantly–– don’t know why I believe, I turn




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