The Christians

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Minister’s dilemma a drama with questions for all

Church fissures over dogmatic beliefs take on nuances far beyond whether you like the new hymns or not.

“The Christians” isn’t out to skewer spirituality, as much as it is to pin down the foundations of faith. As a character in the upcoming Gulfshore Playhouse drama is about to reveal, that’s a slippery proposition:

I know what I believe because I know it is true. But why do I know it’s true? It’s a feeling. 

And where did that feeling come from? God. But how do I know it’s God that put it there? I know it’s God because I believe God is there. But how do I know God is there? 

Because there’s a feeling he put inside of me.

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