Audrey Assad, deconstruction and ‘good’ doubt
Sara Perla of Catholic University writes about a recent appearance of formerly-Catholic musician Audrey Assad.
“We are constantly fighting internal battles when it comes to belief – whether that belief is false or true. We hear the whisper, “What if…?” The claims of Christianity are not small claims, and it would be foolish to dismiss the deconstruction movement as if it were something utterly foreign to religious belief. On the contrary, thinking about whether something is true and asking questions about the meaning of life is what the human person does, call it what you will.
“Asking questions does not an unbeliever make; deconstruction does not have to end in a pile of rubble.”
Read the whole article at Our Sunday Visitor.