Think, for a moment, about the astrophysics of a sunrise. The dizzying mechanics are cosmic in scope: The earth spinning on its axis at 1,000 mph, orbiting in a 584 million-mile track around a star that’s about a million times larger than our planet, so far distant that its light – dashing through space at nearly 300 million miles per second – travels more than eight minutes before kissing the face of the earth.
Try to forget, if you will, everything you think you know about the apostle Thomas. And please start with the dreadful nickname “Doubting Thomas” that hangs over the apostle like a dark cloud of shame and guilt. Please forget that somewhere along the way you were taught or otherwise came to believe that the mainContinue reading “Fidgety Faith”