In the modern world it has become acceptable to believe that nothing is really real, and so everything is acceptable. Movies and television portray fantastic beasts and fictional circumstances with such clarity and conviction that the common observer enjoys relaxing their skepticism, giving in to the willing suspension of disbelief, and experiencing the world of
Jesus healed the blind, the lame, the deaf, the mute, the sick, the possessed, the addicted, the broken, the fearful, the anxious, the diseased, the hungry, the poor, the thirsty — everyone who asked, who came, who touched, who listened — everyone who desired new life received it. But that was long ago and far
The problem with ignorance is that often you don’t know you have it. There are the things you know about yourself. There are the things that others know about you. And there are some things that only God knows about you. In the same way, there are things that you know about reality more broadly.