Knowledge and Fellowship: Privileged Information

I know God when he speaks... ...which is to say, I know God through his own voluntary self-disclosure. If, for the sake of argument, I was to take a chainsaw to your skull and open you up like a hard boiled egg, ...it would make a very big mess. ...But that's not really the point...… Continue reading Knowledge and Fellowship: Privileged Information

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On Knowledge and Faith

“For God, who said, “Light shall shine out of darkness”—He has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of God’s glory in the face of Jesus Christ.” (2Cor 4:6 HCSB) There are lots of different ways of using the verb 'know'. It can be a slippery little word. If I say,… Continue reading On Knowledge and Faith

On Knowing

What does it mean to know someone? Even answering the question would assume at least a working definition of 'knowledge'. Answers might range between 'knowing how that person would act in a given situation', to 'knowing facts about that person', to 'the length of association that we've had with that person'. All are within the… Continue reading On Knowing