Can a Compulsive Thinker Also Be a Believer?

Some say that in order to have faith, one must “check his brain at the door.” Yet as a compulsive thinker (such that no twelve-step program would be able to cure me), I challenge this notion. In a recent talk (given in August at Oceanview Baptist Church in San Pedro, California), I explore what I call “best explanation apologetics”—an approach to thinking about Christianity that demonstrates the faith’s truth and viability. Additionally, I share my conversion to Christianity and pursuit of a reasonable faith. Below is a link to the talk on YouTube.

  One thought on “Can a Compulsive Thinker Also Be a Believer?

  1. November 10, 2012 at 2:18 pm

    yes it has been proven already that a compulsive thinker can also be a believer. we need to look no further than the greatest minds that we ever had. from einstein,newton to davinci and on were all believers. and they were sceintiests.
    bottom line, the proof here is in the pudding.
    God bless

  2. November 10, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    plus your right, u need to check what you think you know at the door. every name i mentioned did.

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