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2 thoughts on “Think Christianly by Jonathan Morrow

  1. (Ecclesiastes 12:12) As regards anything besides these, my son, take a warning: To the making of many books there is no end, and much devotion [to them] is wearisome to the flesh.

    Why not focus your efforts on reading, understanding and applying GOD’S WORD and not those of men?

  2. Anna
    Because we are a community of believers. Christianity is a personal faith, but not an individual faith. We are meant to help each other, to edify, to teach, to correct, to encourage each other in God.
    No one individual knows everything. We are not all of us historians or Greek and Hebrew experts – we depend on each other.

    There are things I never would have known about Biblical truths were it not for the writings of my fellow believers, especially those who are professional scholars in the service of our Lord Jesus Christ

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