TILSOF

TILSOF: Things I’ve Learned So Far

This is an ongoing list of important tidbits I’ve learned along the course of writing this blog. It’s just a list, thats all. Hopefully it will help me to keep some of this straight.

Just because someone has a lot of letters behind their name doesn’t mean they are right about everything. Do you know what they call a PhD who graduates with straight D’s? Doctor.

Reading books is important but picking the RIGHT book is the most important thing you might ever do. Most of my treasured books were accidents or recommendations. I’ve really got to work on picking books on purpose.

God’s word should transform us when we read it, not the other way around.


Nothing exists except in some relationship to God.
God created everything and maintains it and preserves it to His own ends.

Martyrdom is sometimes something you do every day.

In the first paragraph of the first chapter of J.L. Dagg’s Manual of Theology he writes: “In religion, men appear naturally fond of the difficult and the obscure; perhaps because they there find escape from the disquieting light of clearly revealed truth.”


Christmas ain’t what it used to be.

Life is not a board game.

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