I just want to expand on one comment that Jan made:
"Most important is that they belief in Jesus Christ as
>their Saviour, and that they are willing to live with unexplained facts,
>like we all do."
This issue of uncertainlty is a significant one. Helping people to accept
a certain amount of uncertainty is very important. Many people want clear
straightforward yes or no, right or wrong, answers. That simply is not
reality -- either theologicallly or scientifically.
Related to this is the place of doubt in the Christian faith. Doubt should
not be equated with unbelief -- it is really an opportunity for exploration
of truth and the deepening of faith.
Keith B. Miller
Department of Geology
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
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