The dissenting voice

‘…She said there can be no true faith without doubt.
“It’s the dissenting voice that’s most worth preserving.”‘

– Archer & Armstrong #3
by Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry with Pere Perez, quoted from wednesdaytheology.blogspot
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“Doubt isn’t a problem that needs to be overcome; it’s an invitation that needs to be explored. It is not the enemy of faith, but a friend.”

– Gregory A. Boyd, Benefit of the Doubt: Breaking the Idol of Certainty (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2013)
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