Hope for Today Because of our Resurrection Tomorrow
One of my former teachers said “You learn more by reading people you disagree with.” When asked why, he said when reading a dissenting view from yours, you’re forced to consider the alternative and think through your own position. Ultimately this may change your view or strengthen your own convictions. I followed this advice in reading “A Brief History of Thought” by Philosopher Luc Ferry of the University of Paris VII, Sorbonne. Ferry is a secular humanist but, he’s one person outside of Christianity who portrays it in a somewhat fair and charitable way.