//Re -entry. I wrote this a year ago. This is my first blog post in my blog. So, I’d really appreciate if you’d take the time to read it. 🙂
I am hopeful that you would be blessed by the principle that you’ll read in this blog post. The principle that I would expound is not just useful in evaluating theological claims but it could also be applied in our day to day activities – may it be on businesses, on health, on relationships, and so on.
Most of us, if not all, think that we are trustworthy. Most of us easily trust people especially if they are nice to us. The mutual trust that we get from and give to other people is one of our main longings in this life.
Though that is the case, I think that trusting others easily is a little bit scary. This would give the person whom we trust the privilege to just say anything – even though it’s not supported with solid facts and truth. If our decisions are based on these…
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