some one. But here I will show a little bit of my theology. I do not
with your last point which said, "if he "loses his faith over the issue,"
must have had less than a real encounter with God in the first place!"
are those who hold that one can have a true encounter with God, but then
tell God, that they want nothing further to do with Him. This becomes the
unforgivable sin. Under such a view, a real Christian can reject the faith
after having a real encounter. But there is a cost, they can never be
I understand you theology on this point. I don't hold it myself, but I
understand it. It is one more of those more-or-less
interesting/inconsequential points about which committed Christians (such
as you an I) can disagree without losing fellowship or the unity we share