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Category: Dear Theophilus

By Manny Cota
Faculty, College of Theology

At times I struggle balancing my spiritual life and my intellectual life. I like to ask deep questions, but some have recently condemned my questions as prideful and “worldly.” Does the Bible condemn academic study or intellectual engagement because it counts as “worldly wisdom” and knowledge that make one to “puff up” with pride?



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