Blindsight: An Inner Conviction
Southeast Christian Church
Published on 11/07/2010
As we begin our new series, titled "Blindsight," I want to take a moment to acquaint you with what blindsight is. Blindsight is a phenomenon where, at times, a person who is blind has a sense of what is happening around them. It is not by the heightening of the other senses or some type of learned behavior. For example, this can occur when someone who is blind is walking and, even though they do not have the ability to physically see an obstacle along the path, they have a sense that the obstacle is present. In this series we are going to be studying from Hebrews, chapter eleven, and talking about faith. So listen to how this concept of blindsight fits into what the first verse of chapter eleven says about faith: "Now faith is being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see."