posted on May, 7 2012 @ 09:27 PM
I'm getting there too, onequestion. I went to church recently, for the first time in a while. A very roundabout search for me, too, but it's
getting more and more clear.
Certainly, I differ a lot from less science-minded Christians on philosophical questions, stuff about "how it all works". In other words, questions
which don't matter much, relatively speaking. But a lot of them are way ahead of me on matters of the heart, and that's something my own bitter
humiliations have taught me.
It started years ago, while still a firm atheist but getting into psychology due to personal failures, to make a commitment to value truth over my own
pride. At the time I would have bet any amount of money that this worship of truth would not lead me anywhere near Christianity.
But I'm not afraid of questioning. Questioning is what brought me to where I am. My highest dogma is that truth can withstand any inquiry. So why
should one be afraid to question?