May 14, 2017 | Sharad Yadav
Scripture: Hebrews 11:1-6 | Series: Eastertide 2017
Faith, as a virtue, has fallen on hard times. It is often thought of as pure naïveté, or worse a dangerous imperviousness to reason that opens oneself to perpetrating violence and bigotry. But the author of Hebrews defines faith very differently and shows why it's not only a praiseworthy virtue but a necessary foundation to perfect all the other virtues.