Bible Summary. The source of most wisdom scriptures in the Bible come from King Solomon. By the time Solomon reached the age of twenty, the people of Israel were in awe of his wisdom. The depth and breath of Solomon’s wisdom scriptures is evident that his wisdom was special and came directly from God. King … Continue reading About the Wisdom Scriptures of King Solomon
Bible Summary. A wise person has a reverence of God. To be a wise person all we need to do is have a relationship with God that is reinforced by like-minded Christians. A wise person uses his resources diligently and stores up resources purposely for the future. Reading and inquiring of the Bible will make … Continue reading How to Become a Wise Person
There are many questions to ask concerning the truth about God and religion, and specifically Christianity. What is the truth about God’s divine nature? What is the truth about human nature? Are we good or are we bad, or a little bit of both? What is the truth about the world around us? Does the … Continue reading The Basics: Truths About God, the World, Human Nature, Jesus Christ, & After Life
Deuteronomy Laws. In Deuteronomy chapters 12 through 26, Moses revealed to the Israelites a set of laws known to scholars today as the Deuteronomic code. The Deuteronomic code is one of a set of three groups of laws laid down in the first 5 books of the Bible (Pentateuch). The other groups of laws being … Continue reading Summary List of Deuteronomy Laws
Bible Summary. We can think ourselves wise, but without God we are fools. A person that trusts only himself to make good judgment is a fool and is not wise. Instead of seeking wisdom from God, a fool follows his heart that cannot discern truth from lies nor good from evil. Vanity and conceit make … Continue reading What the Bible Says About Fools That Thinks Themselves to be Wise
Bible Summary. When most of us think of knowledge, we are thinking of the knowledge that man has acquired over thousands of years. The Bible tells us that the real source of all knowledge and truth comes from God. All knowledge can be divided into two categories. There is revealed knowledge that God has revealed … Continue reading The Secret and Revealed Knowledge of God
The illustration of The Pastor’s Test highlights how we all can get caught up in relativism. Most of us when it comes to religion make choices based on preferences and not based on what is right or what is true. When it comes to our faith, we should not be choosing our faith based on … Continue reading Illustration on Choice – The Pastor’s Faith Test – How A Person Determines Faith
From a Christian perspective, imagination is not more important than knowledge. Imagination is reckless when it is outside the will and knowledge of God. The Tower of Babel was an example of great imagination applied to a reckless endeavor because it was outside the will and knowledge of God. Imagination is a two-edged sword. It … Continue reading Is Imagination More Important Than Knowledge?
The survey on Is There Such a Thing as Absolute Truth? highlights how quickly we can forget what is true and what is not. From a Christian perspective, there is absolute truth, and it comes from God. Relativism denies absolute truth, and thus denies God and his son, Jesus Christ. See James Dobson comments below … Continue reading Illustration on Relativism – Survey: Is There Such a Thing As Absolute Truth?
Bible Summary. The Bible tells us that God is the source of all knowledge. Mankind does acquire knowledge, and mankind’s accumulated knowledge is not the source of all knowledge. God is the source of all knowledge. By seeking God (the knowledge of God) mankind is able to discover God’s truth. God’s truth is much better … Continue reading The Knowledge of God