Descriptive Essay : ' The Bible '

1258 Words Sep 9th, 2016 6 Pages
regularity in our experience. In this sense, all of us unconsciously and continually construct and employ thousands of personal models of the world around us. You can walk only because, implicitly, your cerebellum contains a sophisticated unconscious model of the mechanics of bipedal locomotion." Whether man realizes or not models of the person lifestyles presented daily before people. A man, woman or child, walks around watching and model after positive or negative influences. Psalms 1:1 says, "How blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand in the path of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers!" Those who do not partake in the ways of the ungodly will be happy of the rewards received not following their path.
Wayne Grudem adds, "philosophical theology is studying theological topics largely without the use of the Bible, but using the tools and methods of philosophical reasoning and what can be known about God from observing the universe." (21) In other words, being well informed about God and his character and works through watching nature, meditating deeply on the acts of God, and life experiences. On the contrary, Grudem points out, "only Scriptures has the final authority to define what we are to believe, and it is, therefore, appropriate to spend some time focusing on the process of analyzing the teaching of Scripture itself." (22) Reference books and teachings are good. However, the Bible is 'The ' Book for guidance, instruction,…

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