On the importance of balanced critical thinking

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4 thoughts on “On the importance of balanced critical thinking”

  1. Very informative! A father once said “Think and question all you want, as long as you take the stance of a student rather than a teacher”

  2. Love this article Abouna! As a role model of mine often says, “If Christianity is true, then it’ll stand up to all sorts of questions. If it isn’t, then we’re better off knowing.”

    Also, just thought I’d leave a nice little quote from the little-known (I’ve only recently discovered that he existed!) Coptic father, St. Isidore of Pelusium:

    “If everything in life was obvious, where would be the use of our intelligence? There would be no chance to seek things out. If nothing were unknown, then we would be completely lost: there would be nothing to discover.”

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