A note about listening to Proverbs umpteen times in a few weeks

I often read the Bible with the expectation that I will be able to construct arguments from new data points that are drawn to my attention. Listening to Proverbs over and over again hasn’t worked that way.

But it changes you.

I already knew I disagreed with the Horton/Kline land-by-works-as-typological-covenant-of works-v-eternity-by-faith view. It is just wrong. But listening to Proverbs makes even hearing or contemplating the position incredibly painful. It changes you so that you almost cringe when you hear the proposal.

Wisdom inoculates.

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