Christian Commentary and Advice on Reasoning and Communicating

The Bible provides much advise on how we reason and communicate with others. Through our reasoning we either have faith in God or we have unbelief in God. We use reasoning and exercise our mind to gather evidence, analyze, and come to conclusions about what is truth and accumulate that knowledge. Also, through our reasoning we communicate ideas, sometimes in truth and sometimes in deception. Below is Christian advice on reasoning, believing, communicating, trusting, and ultimately what is truth.


Pilate Asks Jesus - What is Truth?


Pilate Asks Jesus - What is Truth?



Commentary Topic Categories Concerning Reasoning and Communications:

Analyzing, Certainty, Communicating, Comms Channels, Imaginative Thinking, Results of Reasoning, Thinking


Bible Commentary Series On Reasoning and Communicating

  • Belief: The central Christian belief is that you believe in Jesus Christ. Christians believe that as a sinner and imperfect person you are separated from God and only through Jesus can you be saved from eternal death and be reconciled back to God ...

  • Call Evil Good: We call evil good for many reasons. We do it to scam people. We call evil good to seek self-gratification without the constraint of God's truth. We do it in the hope of false promises. We call evil good to obtain ill-gotten gains through intimidation, deceit, or scams ...

  • Deception: Someone that deceives is a scammer. The intent of deception is to exchange something of inferior value for something that is of value. Deception leads us away from God because God is the God of truth and He will not associate Himself with liars and deceivers ...

  • Faith: What is Christian faith? Why is faith so important? How do you get faith? ...

  • Hope: God is the living hope, our only living hope. God offered a living hope to all mankind through His son, Jesus Christ. Jesus is the savior of all mankind ...

  • Judging Others: God will judge us based on our faith in Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. God is the ultimate judge of what is right or wrong. God is the ultimate authority in our lives ...

  • Knowledge: The Bible tells us that God is the source of all knowledge. Mankind does acquire knowledge, but mankind's accumulated knowledge is the not the source of all knowledge ...

  • Power Of Belief: Christian belief gives us the power to withstand sin and death that is in this world ...

  • Trust: God's plan is for us to trust completely in Him for all of our needs ...

  • Truth: The Bible is God's truth in written form. God's truth is something we discover and grow to love. It is our love of God's truth that enable us to repent and obey God. If we turn away from God's truth, we also turn away from God ...

  • Unbelief : The Bible tells us that if we are in sin (in disobedience of God) we really do not know God or believe in Him. We demonstrate our unbelief in Him when we value material things over spiritual things such as love, truth, righteousness, and goodness to name a few ...