Henry Klippenstein used Caravaggio’s painting ‘The Incredulity of Saint Thomas’ as a backdrop to speak on the account in John 20:24-29. Thomas has been historically redeemed as ultimately being a believer rather than a doubter, once his skepticism was overcome. Mother Teresa is another example showing that doubt can be a vital step towards a deeper faith. Henry described the “sin of certainty” (rather than doubt) as the opposite of faith. He encouraged us to more freely say Amen as a declaration of our trust, whenever we experience God’s work in our lives. [KH]


The Incredulity of Saint Thomas by Caravaggio

The Incredulity of Saint Thomas, oil on canvas, circa 1601-1602 by Caravaggio [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Service Details

Passage: John 20:24-29

Communion: No

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Worship Team

Speaker: Henry Klippenstein

Worship Leader: Andre Pekovich

Song Leader: Andre Pekovich

Pianist: Andre Pekovich

Usher: Peter Neudorf

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