Can This Young Skeptic Find God?
Where Are You, Lord?
“The universe’s having a beginning is completely irrational. All natural laws break down at singularity. It is completely irrational to have all existence superimposed at one point in space, where a number of measurements, such as heat, have an infinite value. It is just as irrational to have a singularity of grace and truth superimposed in the person of Jesus, where knowledge and love have infinite values. We’re sinners but forgiven if we accept God’s grace. In this paradigm came the final thought: if God were rational, would we want to love Him? So is God, if irrational, worth loving? More than words can explain. Infinitely loving, beautifully, rationally irrational God, creating me, walking with me, dying for me. I could spend my entire life trying to comprehend the depths of Your love – and I will. Yours is truly an amazing love.”
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