When it comes to the big questions in life, most of us…well…have questions. At least a few, at some point in time. Some of us try to ignore them as best we can, immersing ourselves in work or play. Others are content to go with the flow, ultimately not being too concerned. And then there are those of us who find those questions important enough or nagging enough to pursue some answers.
That process can lead to all sorts of places, some better than others. Religion is one of those but it is such a broad subject that it can end up creating more questions. So, where in the world do we go to find answers? Who can we trust? How do we know what we read or hear is true?
Good questions (sorry). The answer to those questions may be different for everyone. That is not to suggest that the ultimate answers will vary, that truth is relative or subjective. It’s not, despite what our post-truth culture tells us.
Rather, we mean the path to get to that truth can differ depending on our circumstances. We all come from different backgrounds, we have different personalities, different ways of thinking, of learning. We may have grown up in an environment more friendly or more antagonistic toward Christianity or religion in general. So, what we learn and how we learn it will depend on a variety of factors.We are Christians, not know-it-alls. We're a diverse group from different denominations who don't see eye-to-eye on everything, and we love asking tough questions and seeking out credible information together. Click To Tweet
About Explore God Website
If you are in that seeking mode, we encourage you to be diligent, to be patient, to consider the veracity and trustworthiness of sources. We have provided a number of such sources in articles on this site. For instance, Top 101 Theological Questions in 2018 and List of 31 Reasons to Believe in God.
Here is another one. Apty named, Explore God is a website designed to present a wide range of topics related to God and all that entails.
Topics include: Afterlife, Bible, Christianity, Creation, Doubt, Evidence, God, Gospel, Happiness, Heaven, Hell, Jesus, Knowing God, Meaning and Prayer. Content includes both written articles and videos. They have resources available for individuals, groups and churches as well as discussion groups in real life.
From their About page:
“We’ve got a small staff based in Austin, Texas, but the larger team is made up of writers, artists, storytellers, filmmakers, theologians, entrepreneurs, contractors, pastors, partners, and volunteers from around the world. Explore God would not be possible without the tireless work of many, many dedicated people.
“We are Christians, not know-it-alls. We’re a diverse group from different denominations who don’t see eye-to-eye on everything, and we love asking tough questions and seeking out credible information together. This website is an earnest and humble expression of our collective quest to know God more deeply and experience God more fully. ”
To learn more, check out Explore God.