When God sets everything on fire, two things will endure: his Word and his people. I want to invest my efforts there, and I hope you do too. I’m sure it will be worth it. Sort of like those who put their money in Apple stock all those years ago, but even better.
Many online resources excel at teaching what the Bible says. What makes Knowable Word unique is that it’s here to help you learn how to study the Bible. God’s Word is a Knowable Word.
I don’t want to give you great Bible studies; I want to help you become great Bible studiers.
I don’t want to publish a Sunday School curriculum; I want to train skilled Sunday School teachers.
I don’t want to tell you what to think or do; I urge you to trace every thought and action from the text of Scripture.
I don’t just want to influence you for Christ; I want you to influence your world for Christ.
In fact, I don’t just want you to influence your world for Christ; I want you to teach others to influence their world for Christ.
Everything on this blog aims for this purpose: to help you understand the Knowable Word, be changed by Him, and teach others to do the same.
I strive to be:
- Clear – written in plain language for ordinary people. The epistemological and hermeneutic nomenclature ought never obfuscate either our ecclesiological praxis or the post-diluvian orthographic transmittal and its linguistic ramifications for the faith community. In other words, I’ll do my best to avoid too much technical Christianese jargon.
- Accurate – true to the text. I believe God has communicated to us through the Bible, and we can understand him rightly only when we understand the text rightly. I’ll try to focus on the main points of passages and not on minor sub-points, personal feelings, or preconceptions. Our bloggers might even disagree with each other on some points, but we all agree to submit to the clear teaching of the Knowable Word.
- Imitable – I want you to try this at home. I hope you’ll imitate me as I imitate Jesus, who knew the Word because He Himself was the Knowable Word. Those who know Him represent Him. I’d like readers to respond more often with “I can do this, too” than with “That was an awesome post!” Please let me know if you ever have trouble identifying how I did what I did.
Jesus promised that knowing Him is eternal life. He’s made Himself available to ordinary folk like us. Would you join me for the ride?