Category Archives: Fools

Mocking the Bible

Seven considerations for those who mock the Bible based on strange Old Testament laws. Continue reading

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The way of wisdom

Here are five essentials to a life of wisdom… Continue reading

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Sin is wrong and dumb – a form of self-abuse

Here is a deeply insightful reflection from one of my favorite authors, Cornelius Plantinga, Jr. It’s a bit long but well worth reading and discussing.   “The shortest and clearest way to state the relation between sin and foolishness is … Continue reading

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Five essentials of life with God

  The Old Testament book of Proverbs invites the reader to sit in on a conversation between a father and a son. The line, “Listen, my son, to your father’s instruction…” (1:7), makes matters intensely personal. In Proverbs 1-7, we walk … Continue reading

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The wise and discerning person

  “In the literature of Scripture, wisdom is, broadly speaking, the knowledge of God’s world and the knack of fitting oneself into it. The wise person knows creation. He knows its boundaries and limits, understands its laws and rhythms, discerns … Continue reading

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Are you wise or foolish?

  1. The wise person fears the Lord and accepts wisdom and instruction; he takes advice; trusts in the Lord with all his heart and acknowledges the Lord in all his dealings. This person does not see himself  as the … Continue reading

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A gospel-postured self-image

What can we learn about self-esteem from these people? Or, What does a godly disposition or perspective look like? Moses (Exodus 3:11, 4:10-11) Gideon (Judges 6:15) David (I Chronicles 29:13-16) Isaiah (Isaiah 6:5) Amos (Amos 7:14-15) Job (Job 42:6) Nebuchadnezzar (Daniel 4:28-37) … Continue reading

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