Mike led dialogue
and it was a great topic.
He did a great job.
The time was mostly spent defining leaps of faith and talking about the specific leaps of faith love and religion.
Also he used the term "warm fuzzies," then there were crepes...I'm sure you can imagine my emotional state.
Kierkegaard (introduction to leaps of faith)
- When have people had to make such a leap of faith?
- Kierkegaard says that religious faith and love are similar in that neither one could ever come about simply through sufficient evidence. What are other ways in which faith and love are similar?
- How does the ‘leap of faith’ relate to the ‘warm fuzzy’ feeling from Ana-Sofia's earlier dialogue? Does achieving one require the other?
- The leap imagery is apt because whether for love or faith, either requires risk. What happens when things don’t turn out as we hope? (Unfaithful lover, crisis of faith
Also, I'm really proud of you (reader) for knowing that we have a blog and actually reading this. Did you know that we also have a comment section???
Now, go take a nap or read a book or play in the leaves or something.