Why doesn’t God just talk to me? Have you asked that before? Why should it require hundreds of years, a bunch of dead old guys from who knows where, and something called a “manuscript tradition,” for you to hear from God?
The above graphic is a simple sketch based on something I regularly draw on the board in my theology classes. I teach Theology One at Cedarville University, which is one of the five classes that make up the Bible minor that all students are required to take. I cover the doctrinal areas of Scripture (God’s Word), God, and Creation (God’s World).
We can really only be liberated of lies when we are able to locate their truthfulness. The most powerful lies contain more truth than less powerful lies. Your experience probably affirms this. Here are some examples.
Hello, my name is Dan DeWitt. I'm a sketching, writing, thinking, coffee drinking, Christian, husband, father, and professor. I lead the Center for Biblical Apologetics & Public Christianity at Cedarville University.