Lore Wilbert joins Amy Fritz to talk about the spiritual discipline of curiosity and the importance of the “pastoral I don’t know.”
*The value of uncertainty
*”There is an implicit requirement of certainty to be included and to be loved and to be accepted.”
*The difference between the healthy “I don’t know” and the avoidance of conflict.
*What do you do when someone wants you to be certain about something and you aren’t certain?
*The problem with some apologetics leaders.
*”God created us curious because He wants to be found.”
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Host/Creator: Amy Fritz
Producers: Michelle Pjanic, Phil & Susan Perdue