The Panel Talks About Scripture and Faith Shifting
Last week our panel talked about the role villains play and whether there is validity to being the contrarian in a conversation. It was fun having two millennials on the panel along with a 50-something and 60-something panelist. This week we keep the same panel (Anita Lustrea, Mike Murphy, John Lustrea, Wes Williams) and continue the conversation where we talk about scripture and our view of it as well as the role of doubt in our faith and if we do, indeed, struggle with doubts or faith questions, and honestly grapple with specific issues, then does our faith shift?
Our panel returns:
(left to right) John Lustrea, Wes Williams, Anita Lustrea, Mike Murphy
The answer to that question was a resounding YES. You’ll have to listen to the podcast to hear how we came to that conclusion and to hear how vulnerable I decided to become. My son and his friend talked about their changing faith in their 20’s. You might want to go back and listen to my podcast about Changing Faith with Michael Hidalgo where we talk about his book by the same name.
Speaking of books, one that is mentioned in this podcast is Making Sense of the Bible by Adam Hamilton. And while I don’t agree with everything he writes, it is a helpful and provocative read. Grab some friends and read it and discuss some of the chapters. That’s what my husband did with a small group, and my son did with a friend.