Doubt isn’t just essential for skeptics: it’s necessary for persons of faith as well. This is the argument behind The Gospel of Doubt, a project that aims to advance the idea that doubt is a virtue, one that should be embraced by the Christian church.
On Sunday, March 2, Zachary Moore will give the project’s initial talk at the Westside Unitarian Universalist Church in Fort Worth. In this invited talk, Moore, who has served on the boards of Foundation Beyond Belief and Camp Quest Texas, will outline the project’s rationale.
The authors will give additional talks in 2014. Project author and Dallas Coalition of Reason coordinator Alix Jules will speak at Humanism at Work 2014 in Chicago in July and at Aposticon in September. Additional talks will be posted on the project’s website.
A book containing a compilation of the author’s talks is scheduled to be published in spring 2015.
More information about the project is available at their website: http://gospelofdoubt.net/.