The Humble Skeptic
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Is Faith Blind?
Is Faith Blind?
Episode 3 • Truth Isn't Afraid of Questions

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When Shane Rosenthal recently polled close to a hundred Christians at a variety of different events, the overwhelming majority described faith as a “blind leap.” But is this idea taught anywhere in Scripture? On this episode of The Humble Skeptic, Shane examines the arguments and passages that some people use in support of the idea that faith is blind.


Recommended Reading
Does Hebrews 11:1 Teach Blind Faith?, Shane Rosenthal
What is Faith?, Shane Rosenthal
Why Should We Believe the Bible?, Shane Rosenthal
The Mormonization of American Christianity, Shane Rosenthal
Be a Berean!, Shane Rosenthal
The Virtue of Doubt, Shane Rosenthal

Recommended Episodes
Greg Koukl on Blind Faith
Dealing with Doubt
Faith & Proof
Proof of the Gospel

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Is Faith a Feeling?
According to many Christians today, faith isn’t based on external facts or evidence, but instead is thought of as an internal subjective feeling, intuition, or experience. But is this idea biblical? Does the Bible actually say that faith is related to our feelings? Where do other religious traditions stand on this issue? Shane Rosenthal investigates the…
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The Humble Skeptic

The Humble Skeptic

Shane Rosenthal was raised in a Jewish home but became an atheist at a very early age. Some years later, however, he ended up losing faith in atheism and converted to Christianity. On this podcast he talks with people from a wide variety of worldviews and perspectives in order explore the beliefs and ideas that shape our lives.