Tag: knowledge

Striving After Wind

I, the Teacher, have been king over Israel in Jerusalem. I decided to carefully and thoroughly examine all that has been accomplished on earth. I concluded: God has given people a burdensome task that keepsContinue reading

The Enlightenment Paradigm

Every society and culture, by necessity, maintains a set of ideas about the way the world and humans operate. These operating assumptions are often spoken of as “worldviews,” and they tend to shape and formContinue reading

Babel and Knowledge

The quest for knowledge has defined the Western world for the past 250 years. Ignorance, the philosophers of the day said, was the great evil of the world; if only we could purge the worldContinue reading

Communication and Knowledge

The process of communicating knowledge is a centerpiece of the faith in Christ. Proclamation of the Gospel, after all, demands the communication of saving knowledge of the Risen Lord Jesus who was crucified (Romans 1:16,Continue reading

Knowing Better

Maybe you thought it after you did some things of which you were later ashamed. It is likely one of the first thoughts that enters your mind when you hear of someone whom you heldContinue reading

Gods of This World: Knowledge

O Timothy, guard that which is committed unto thee, turning away from the profane babblings and oppositions of the knowledge which is falsely so called; which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace beContinue reading

Sophomoric Faith

The word “sophomore” tends to bring high school to mind, since the 10th grade is often described as one’s sophomore year. A “sophomore” is one who has acquired some skill; one understanding of the word’sContinue reading

Hermeneutical Agnosticism

When one surveys the various aspects of “Christendom,” it does not take long to notice the great variety in doctrines, teachings, and practices among the various denominations and groups who claim to follow Jesus. MostContinue reading