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"And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable,  and perfect, will of God."   -Romans 12:2


Having Doubts About the Christian Faith? Then Here Are Some Words of Comfort for You... 

Since I like to write apologetics articles, one of my hobbies is to investigate alleged "errors' in the Bible. Although the answer to a few questions remains unknown to me, that no longer troubles me like it would have when I was younger. Why?

Because when I have gone to the Lord with questions about these alleged errors, He has graciously provided answers to so many of them that an unwavering and very obvious pattern has emerged. That pattern is that our Lord is always faithful and true! Over the years, I have come to believe and anticipate that every challenge to our faith will eventually be found to be based on at least one human error.

Historically, this has certainly proven true. We could probably fill a library with the criticisms directed at our faith that have eventually been disproved or answered. So why should we get bent out of shape over "newly" alleged errors? (Especially when they are so often just the old ones rehashed?)

We don't have to know the answer to every question or every mystery. Once we get to know Him, and that He is always faithful, loving and truthful, that alone is sufficient to resolve any doubts!

Why insist on having all of your questions and doubts answered before seeking or trusting God? Haven't you really seen enough evidence, and received enough answers already, to know that He is real, and that you can trust Him?

Take the time to get to know God without having all of your questions answered. God may answer many, if not most of your questions eventually. But some of the answers may remain a mystery. That will not matter, though, If you truly get to know Him and His character, because that alone will be a good enough answer!


Rusty Entrekin is a theology graduate of Louisiana College. He and his wife Julie have seven children, with four still at home, and four grandchildren. Currently, he resides in Kennesaw, GA. He writes apologetic and theological articles to help people come to know Christ and grow closer to the Lord. If this article has blessed you, and you would like to free him up to write more, you may make a donation below.


Rusty previously decided not to apply for 501c3 ministry status, so that he can write about political matters without worrying about government interference. Because of this, your gifts will not be tax deductible. However, you will receive a far greater reward for your donation:  treasure in heaven!