Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 25, 2021
If we care to avoid being tossed about by every wind of doctrine, we must be doubters who
question, test, and evaluate, and be discerning as to what is of God and what is not. Doubt becomes
a partner with faith in helping us discern the will of God.
It is a pain to struggle with doubt, but there is a great debate as to whether this is a helpful or
harmful type of suffering. In Camelot, King Arthur says to Lancelot that he is satisfied he did the
right thing in starting the round table. Lancelot replies, "Your majesty, did you ever doubt