“When we want to correct someone usefully and show him he is wrong, we must see from what point of view he is approaching the matter, for it is usually right from that point of view, and we must admit this, but show him that point of view from which it is wrong. This will please him, because he will see that he was not wrong but merely failed to see every aspect of the question.”
Monthly Archive: January 2015
Doubt can be agonizing. But Douglas Groothuis, Denver Seminary, says doubt can lead to a richer, more satisfying faith when handled properly.