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February 25, 2013


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Before I went to college I thought I was pretty smart, then I was required to read ingest dozens of books that proved how little I really knew. Then I graduated and thought I was pretty sharp and knew a lot, but then I went to grad school only to once again have to read many dozens of books to learn I was only slightly more learned than a tree stump, but boy howdy how I could postulate and orate my shallow wisdom; and then on to doctoral studies where I actually realized, sitting in a lonely computer lab late one evening, I had read a lot and knew a lot, but in reality I didn't know much at all. And in the following years of work and continued to ingest many many books and articles only to know what you have stated here-- book smarts does not equate to a thorough understanding...and so it goes with the study of the Word.

Sage advice Arch - gives me much to chew on. These days books are more constant companions than ever for me and I have developed a deeper craving for deeper, older books, instead of the twaddle I have spent much of my lie reading. Again thanks for your thoughts, and I love you man.

Jolly Blogger! Man, what a delight to see you back on the ether. Thanks for the comment and I love you too man. (Anyone noticing this comment ought to check out David's blog. He sets a high standard for Christian blogging.)

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