- Apr 9, 2017
Well what do you mean?
It was you who stated in #37, "its not the reading of the entire bible that gives us guidance revelation and wisdom but that each day we take up our cross and when we read the word of God the holy Spirit reveals to us what food is relevant for us that day".
So in your theology the entire Bible does not provide guidance, revelation and wisdom in obtaining the content of salvation, knowing the nature and attributes of God, demonstrating that God is Trinitarian and not Unitarian, that when sin entered the world it has led to chaos in individuals and in our world, etc.
How is it that the entire Bible does not provide revelation and wisdom in these core theological doctrines?
Or, am I missing something about your beliefs?
sorry I wasn’t referring to the context of knowledge throughout the bible for equipping and informing us of our foundation and inheritance
i meant within our personal relationships we can read all the contents of the bible over and over but God only reveals revelation and wisdom when it’s in his time and we are ready to receive it no matter how many times we read the word of God
that’s the context of what I was trying to say