Using his own story and those of struggling believers, Brian D. McLaren shows how doubt is not the enemy of faith, but rather a portal to a more mature and fruitful spirituality. In Faith After Doubt, readers leave behind unnecessary baggage and find a path toward what matters most.
How do we transform and transcend our biases? From judgments made unconsciously to complacency in systemic evil, we must learn how to see if we are to learn how to transform. Brian McLaren joins Richard Rohr and Rev. Dr. Jacqui Lewis for a special podcast series on how seeing is social, political, and contemplative.
I remember when one of my sons, in first or second grade, summarized the Exodus story with an eye-roll. “It sounded far-fetched,” he said. I laughed because I never heard him say far-fetched before and because of his unvarnished honesty. I know doubt is a shameful secret to many, but what if doubt is actually like medicine, a nourishment that we need and so does our world?