The Well-read Christian

Sunday, 01 Jul 2018

The well-read life was the aspiration of bygone saints. For them, heaven on earth was a scriptorium, where illuminated manuscripts and scrolls containing the collected knowledge, wisdom, and misinformation of the ages were available to the literate for their use, enjoyment, and befuddlement. There are three stages in the history of God’s people that can be used to show three ways Christians can benefit from reading. Tradition itself is no infallible standard that can be imposed on the consciences of Christians; but if past practice can be shown to be reasonable, we ...

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