Questions are incredibly important in our human experience. Some people suppress them or were taught to. Some exalt them as an end in themselves. My hope is to join the millions if not billions of others throughout human history who affirm that while asking questions is not end in itself, it is part of the process of being human and discovering how we might live life more fully. There is value in asking questions. Questions enable us to make use of the brains we were created with in order to work out how we might become more mature and responsible and authentic human beings. So…my blog posts will at times use questions, whether my own or others, as I engage with topics that help myself and others move toward a more authentic Christianity. When all our questions have stopped, we can be sure that we have settled for the comfortable, tame, and safe life, a life without conflict, and ultimately…a self-centered existence. If that is what you want, then by all means, don’t ask questions (but I urge you to not settle for that kind of life).