File photoRabbi Erick Peretz. ■ Erick Peretz / Contributed Instead of regarding the Bible as a “Book of Answers” for our questions, it is worthwhile to think of it as a “Book of Questions” for our answers. As we listen, God questions us so that we can know him by means of the dialogue within our hearts. As a good teacher knows, when a student earnestly wrestles with a question, he learns more than if he were given a straightforward answer. Similarly, the Lord gives us permission to be without answers so that we will be free to seek, to struggle, and to “own” what we understand through our relationship with
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