When I was a kid information was not easy to find. If you had questions about life issues, you either didn’t want to ask it out loud for fear you’d be seen as unintelligent—or you simply didn’t know where to go to seek for answers.
Times have changed in a big way. Today you don’t have to worry about being curious, nor about having a way to find answers privately. The information universe known as the Internet has given us an “all access pass” to seek knowledge and to quench our thirst for answers to big questions.
The challenge is to find trusted information. As we discovered in the last election, not all information on the Internet is worthy of our trust. The main difference between valid and invalid information is the foundation from which it is born. In other words, do the statements and claims of a given body of information have any research or data to back them up. Without some type of evidence to support a claim, information is merely assumptions, opinions, and misguided reasoning.
FaithSearch is an organization which is all about evidenced-based conclusions. As a teacher with FaithSearch I recently developed a series known as “Amazing Discoveries.” My goal here is to create video clips which tackle the big questions of life and faith in a concise yet comprehensive way.
This is your invitation to check it out and engage in the conversation. Let’s dialogue together and search for what’s real and true in life. Join me here on the journey to Amazing Discoveries.