The most important questions to answer in life are the questions we don’t want to answer. It’s easier to just stick our head in the sand and act like everything is just fine. The data suggests that the person willing to assess their life, and the areas of life they know they need to improve, have an overwhelmingly high probability of improving those areas. When it comes to your understanding of your faith, do you feel competent or do you feel you need to shore up some things and develop a better understanding of your faith? The first step toward improving is seeing and admitting the need for improvement.
Question 1: What have been the primary ways you have learned about Christianity?
Question 2: What are two strengths and two weaknesses of these educational streams?
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