When I can’t believe in the Church

Beth Caplin – The trouble with other people’s versions of Christianity.

Sarahbeth Caplin

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Every now and then, when my doubts start to gang up on me, I skim through Confessions of a Prodigal Daughter to be reminded, Oh, this is why I chose Christianity. These are the reasons I’m still here.

I stand by those reasons. My faith is generally strengthened by hardship, because it’s when I lean into God the most. Those reasons for faith become more than just philosophical ideas, but something alive. Reasons for me to stay alive — literally.

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