Thanks for the link, Henry. Regarding your post, two lines I loved:

“I confess that, unlike some Christian apologists, I cannot prove that God exists, that Jesus rose from the dead, or that God communicates to us through scripture. I can’t even match the gentler (and better, in my view) form of apologetics that claims that the evidence is sufficient to make this the best option.

I’ve made the leap of faith. ”

And that’s why they call it “faith” rather than “acknowledging the obvious,” eh?

“At the same time my experience means that I believe in God because I experience him, in a way that differs fundamentally and completely from intellectual assent, I know that there is a God. If that means I’m less intellectually sound, then, well, I’m less intellectually sound.”

Precisely. And well-stated.

Blessings,
Jack Burden