For who has knowledge of the mind of the Lord, so as to be his teacher? But we have the mind of Christ. 1Co 2:16 I have thought a lot about thinking and wording lately. Let me first give you some basics about my personality. I am an intuitive thinker. Much of my thinking is…

You have been enriched by him in so many ways, particularly in power of speech and depth of knowledge. 1Co 1:5 Art has been non-perspectival for most of history. Usually, objects were placed in an artificial setting of no importance, and whatever was painted was flat on one plain. It was in high medieval times…

Do not allow current religious tradition to mold you into its pattern of reasoning. Like an inspired artist, give attention to the detail of God’s desire to find expression in you. Rom 12:2a MIR We have learned to deal with this world, to explain it. This is necessary because we can, should, must interact with…

It is written. Mark 1:2 There are syllogisms, which are a set of premisses that lead to a conclusions. Let’s make an example: All men are mortal Paul was a manTherefore Paul was mortal. If both premisses are true and of a certain form, the conclusion will be true. Let me give you an example…

The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe in the gospel. Mark 1:15 Repentance stems from Latin repenitire. While re- can be at times used to bring intensity, it does so by saying that something is repetitive. Re- means once more, again, anew, back to the original…

Rely on the Lord with all your heart, and do not rely on your understanding.Proverbs 3:5 For premodern, traditionally thinking people, it is the most natural thing in the world: God exists, He has given us His Word, the Word is true, and proves that God exists. And if that is not enough proof for…