We Tell You Why
During such tumultuous times, are how
questions about these topics the most pressing ones we should be asking?
According to the top Google searches for 2017, the world wants to know how: How do hurricanes form; how do wildfires start; how to make a protest sign; etc. Trumpet contributor Jeremiah Jacques wrote this week, “Asking how is certainly important. It leads a person to knowledge, which is the accumulation of facts and information. That is of indisputable value. But during such tumultuous times, are how questions about these topics the most pressing ones we should be asking? The Trumpet has often said that the most foundational questions ask not how—but why.” On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, we look back at a tumultuous year and ask why these things are happening.