Kyle and Wayne begin with contemplating the question, "Does love let people suffer consequences for bad choices, or will it always intervene to mitigate them?" But they quickly turn to a conversation about what peple believe versus what is actually true. Truth is the gravity of his kingdom, not belief. What we believe only matters when it aligns with what's actually true. That's the journey for all of us, letting God untwist our speculations, misunderstandings, and illusions, so that we become more and more oriented to what's true about God, ourselves and the world he's placed us in. And, since none of us knows all truth, how do we hold our beliefs with the humility that allows us to keep growing and keep discovering?