I find this chapter perhaps the most profound in the book. Lots of people I know wrestle with questions of religious certainty, either afraid to admit their doubts or rejecting Christianity because they think it’s simply a matter of believing all kinds of impossible things. I have heard it said and quote it often that the opposite of faith is not doubt … It is certainty. Chapter 3 reminds us that faith necessarily involves uncertainty, that it is a way of living in the face of unanswerable questions. I like Jane Shaw’s reflection question: Where have you experienced the dangers of certainty in your own life and faith? How do we live faithfully in the face of ambiguity and doubt?