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How Wilderness Navigation Informs A Quest For Truth
to how wilderness navigation informs a quest for truth. She has written a 3-part series identifying obstacles in the search for “What is True?” (John 18:38) and how wilderness experiences help you overcome them. Here is a brief overview of each obstacle. Be sure to check them out to have a deeper look into how wilderness navigation helps you overcome them!
OBSTACLE#1: Disconnect From Reality and Truth
Wilderness navigation is often a return to nature’s reality for those of us who spend too much time in more insulated environments. Wilderness travel necessitates an orientation to our surroundings, an observation of weather patterns, and face-to-face conversations with our companions. In the wilderness, I’m forced to observe and draw conclusions based on the facts inherent in my surroundings. Read more: How Wilderness Navigation Reconnects You to Truth
OBSTACLE#2: Data Misrepresentation
A solid understanding of map, compass, and GPS use is essential for backcountry navigation, even in areas with established trails. For life navigation, the Bible is an essential tool to provide guidance and understanding. Read more: What’s the Best Map for Navigation? The Bible.
om/dont-doubt-ability-interpret-truth/”>Don’t Doubt Your Ability To Interpret Truth Emily Huguenin is a lifelong adventurer who has been guiding outdoor experiences for youth since 2005. She started her career in outdoor leadership by earning a B.A. in Bible/Theology and Camping Ministry from Appalachian Bible College, and an M.S. in Environmental Education from Montreat College. Emily spent the past ten years directing outdoor education programs, high adventure camps, and wilderness-focused residential summer camps in mountainous places including West Virginia and Wyoming.
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This is the last post in the series on How Wilderness Navigation Informs a Quest for Truth. Guest blogger, Emily Huguenin, examines a third obstacle that you can overcome in your quest for "What is true?" OBSTACLE #3: DOUBTING OUR OWN ABILITY TO INTERPRET TRUTH Years...read more
OBSTACLE #2: DATA MISREPRESENTATION Guest blogger Emily Huguenin, is taking a closer look into how wilderness navigation informs a quest for truth. In her past post How Wilderness Navigation Reconnects You To Truth, she addresses the deep longing of our heart for...read more