Another week, another great uncorrelated quote from an LDS Church manual that would never see the light of day in today’s church:
Every discussion of faith must distinguish it from its caricatures. Faith is not credulity. It is not “believing things you know ain’t so.” It is not a formula to get the universe to do your bidding. It is not a set of beliefs to be swallowed by one gulp. Faith is not knowledge. It is mixed with uncertainty or it would not be faith.
Who wrote it, and why wouldn’t this be published in a lesson manual today?