Trust without Reservation

Another day, another quote featuring Elton Trueblood:

It is therefore correct to say, with Elton Trueblood, that “faith is not belief without proof, but rather trust without reservation.” Therefore faith is more an act of courage than it is an act of knowledge. [1]

I don’t think “trust without reservation” means not having any doubts, it means choosing to act as if we didn’t. Let us take courage and live out our faith.

[1] Michael Frost and Alan Hirsch, The Faith of Leap: Embracing a Theology of Risk, Adventure and Courage (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Books, 2011), 81.