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Do Y/A Christians dislike St. Thomas (the Apostle) as much as they dislike atheists?

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Answer #1 | 14/01 2014 09:43
Faith is infinitely greater than evidence
Answer #2 | 14/01 2014 09:44
Ironic question considering what Christ said to Thomas. Then Jesus told him, "Because you have seen me, you have believed; blessed are those who have not seen and yet have believed." I infer from that Christ was pointing out that many people will be cursed because of the unbelief they hold onto simply because they did not have the same oppurtunity that Thomas had. I see no reason to use this story to be zealous about unbelief. The truth is, that we all, even a Christian such as myself, struggle with doubt, just as Thomas did. The difference is that I consider myself every bit as fortuante as Thomas. What I get from this story is the encouragment that it is possible for every unbeliever to become a Christian, just like Thomas. Hope that helps.
Answer #3 | 14/01 2014 10:06
Jesus said "and be not faithless, but believing" Verse27 In the next verse Thomas calls Jesus "My Lord and God." Obviously Thomas was a believer. I can relate to Thomas. Over my life time I've doubted many things concerning God. God has also been very good to me. Jesus said "Thomas , because you have seen you have believed, blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed."

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