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65 Roses, Emeralds, and a Compost PileJoanne Highley November 1992
A New Response to Pain - Part 1Robert Schaeffer September 2004
A Public RepentanceRon and Joanne Highley April 1985
A Right Conception of FunRobert Schaeffer December 2002

Judging Rightly

People don’t think the way they used to. I mean, they don’t reason in the same manner people did generations ago. Today, many people come to conclusions about significant things in a vastly different manner than the Bible suggests. "Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth" (2 Timothy 2:15). Paul was telling Timothy that he must silence false teaching ("godless chatter", vs. 16) which is of no value, ruins those who listen (vs. 14), spreads like gangrene (vs.

Topic: Learning to Reason