Doubt is not a sin. It may be that by faith we are saved, but it is by doubt that we learn. Even if that lesson is merely that we should have had faith in the first place. For it is better to question everything than to question nothing. Some of us are born with a certain certainty that allows the individual to understand things; the rest of us go by trial and error, and it is doubt that is more a friend than faith. Let us rather doubt that there is a God at all than believe in a God we do not understand, a God who is not love. There is virtue in that exact righteousness, and believe that that is righteous. You believe in nothing if you believe in a God who is not love.

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