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RE: Searching For Answers... Still

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Posted by Gojo on September 7, 2000 02:59:39 UTC

I appreciate the responses, but am still looking for a good forum to discuss the particular questions I have.
I almost hesitate to state this here, because this is the question that led to my eventual leaving Church, but here goes:
On almost every doctrine there are people who with opposing views. Some of these people are brilliant and have studied their lives to come up with the basis for their believes. My problem with this is: If people who are much smarter than me and have devoted much more time to study than me can`t determine the truth, than what chance do I have? This is supremely disturbing to me, so I started backing up. Logically I figure the place to start is the Bible itself. If I can determine that the Bible is indeed the infallible word of God than I have a basis to build other doctrine on, if not.... I don`t know.
I have found that it is difficult to find unbiased help in this area. I am not looking for your beliefs as they could be faulted. I would really like help finding resources on both sides of the issue of whether the Bible is the word of God, or just a well written moral book.
-Gojo-

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