What do you honestly believe today?
One of the contributors to our forum, James, posed the question in the forum this morning (See: Post id=12901). It's a question that intersects with questions on my own mind this morning.
As mentioned in a post (id=12895) I made on the forum late last night, earlier last night I went out and recorded a conversation with a friend, Adel Ghali, which I will be publishing on Catholica on Saturday. As I wrote, it's not an interview. What I have endeavoured to do is record as honestly as I can a conversation between two mates discussing as honestly as we can what we really believe based on our life experiences. More about that on Saturday.
When I arrived home and before I went to sleep I continued reading a bit more of Paul O'Shea's book. I have to confess, I'm now getting to the point where I am finding it difficult to put it down. More on that in a minute.
This morning I woke up wondering what to take up as the theme for today's Wednesday Forum. This has been another successful innovation on Catholica judging by the reader response so I think we will continue it. I will be throwing it over to other members to prepare the lead post and in future, like our series going back to look at the commentaries on the Spirituality of Thomas Merton, they will endeavour to re-explore past conversations we've had on Catholica. More about that on future Wednesdays.
As I was searching around to decide on the theme for today the post and question James asked struck me as a good starting point. I have a confession to make. I am really wondering: what is the point also? It's the question I pose to you in today's discussion: what do you honestly believe today? <Read the full discussion starter here>