Xerxes, You sure pick easy targets.
Maybe you could tear down Mother Teresa for us.
Mother Teresa was always in a crisis of faith, doubting faith as just fiction.
Here's some statements of her's taken from her letters to friends and diary.
"Where is my faith?" she wrote. "Even deep down… there is nothing but emptiness and darkness... If there be God — please forgive me."
Eight years later, she was still looking to reclaim her lost faith.
"Such deep longing for God… Repulsed, empty, no faith, no love, no zeal," she said.
As her fame increased, her faith refused to return. Her smile, she said, was a mask.
"What do I labor for?" she asked in one letter. "If there be no God, there can be no soul. If there be no soul then, Jesus, You also are not true."According to her letters, Mother Teresa died with her doubts. She had even stopped praying, she once said.
The church decided to keep her letters, even though one of her dying wishes was that they be destroyed.
A dose of the real world would put anyone in a crisis of faith, I'd think, if they're a Christian. But hey, God provides manna, which tastes like honey and wafers for the rebellious Hebrews (as God calls them) for 40 years, but now you have people praying in the NAME OF JESUS! for hungry innocent children, and God provides no manna for them, and according to the Christians he is well able.