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  1. JohnD said:

    Good article Matt!! I like this:

    “When we face doubts—or difficulties—regarding our belief as Catholics we encounter a similar choice. Will we march forward in faith and seek out answers? Or will we turn our backs on the path we have trodden in faith? It is only when the believer chooses unbelief that doubt results in sin. It all comes down to the will.”

    And our will stays pointed toward God by grace. We should pray for the grace to always remain faithful and trust in God despite any deep doubts.

    September 18, 2017
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  2. […] But coming to faith does not obliterate all doubts. Difficulties in Scripture, Church history, or the practices of Churchmen can pose cases for doubt in the faithful. One good response to doubt is to seek genuine answers. Matt Nelson explains this well. […]

    September 29, 2017
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