Tuesday, 21 July 2009

The Scrawny Pulpit: Daring Thomas

Did it occur to you that:

Thomas was not so much a doubter, as a “darer.”

This is profound lesson from the Story of “doubting” Thomas told with great brevity and a lesson to share with Mormons for whom the account of first hand witnesses is not enough.

The Scrawny Pulpit: Daring Thomas

2 comments:

Stephen said...

I'm not sure how this applies to Mormons, but it was an interesting take on the subject. Thanks for the link.

Mike's 4 Tea said...

Thanks for calling by Stephen. It applies to Mormons because Mormons appear dissatisfied with these first-hand accounts, seeking to establish their own witnesses. The impression one gets is of a people who, in that intervening week, would have cried, "Surely this is sign of apostasy!"

Take a look at this article on my other blog for a take on this:

http://bridgeofreason.blogspot.com/2009/08/mormonisms-replacement-christianity.html