Shaking Us Loose

“We have no right to take for granted that commentaries and theologians are correct in their opinions; and in fact theological discord and conflicts, with all their evils, have this advantage, that they compel the most trusting and the most slothful of us somewhat to feel the necessity of thinking for ourselves” (Broadus, Preparation and Delivery, p. 129).

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For that among other reasons commentaries often raise a whole lot more questions than they answer. I frequently end commentary reading with a couple of pages covered with notes…insights…questions…and things that I wonder “Why didn’t these guys think about or mention this?

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Hmmmm…HTML tag didn’t take, Doug.