Finding your way through a maze is easy on paper. You see the destination and all the twists and turns along the path. But when you step into a three-dimensional maze laid out with tall hedges or carved into a corn field, you lose all sense of direction. It can be unsettling.
The experience is even more overwhelming when you wrestle with ultimate questions about who we are, why we exist, and what lies beyond. There’s a bewildering maze of perspectives. Everyone stands somewhere in the vast landscape of religion and spirituality. Are you on the right path?
I invite you to join me as I pursue answers to those ultimate questions. I will map out the historical and theological twists and turns for you in my new series for Fall 2020, “Finding Your Way in the Religious Maze.” Each week, I will share interviews with people from different world religions and various branches of Christianity along with my own response as an evangelical Christian.
So, don’t miss it. Join us at Calvary East this Sunday at 9 a.m. or 11 a.m.
– Bryan Craddock