Week in Review - Disagreeing to Agree

There was more depth than usual in Ephesians and Philippians
The understanding of the verses in context, presented in those posts, probably conflicts with you may have thought or heard. So instead of agreeing to disagree, why not take the time to see where we differ, and then resolve it according to what God has revealed. When godly men/women disagree, at least one of them is wrong. The solution to differences is usually to enter into the author's argument to see why he is presenting the information. Feel free to raise an alternative view in the comment section after you've understood the flow of the entire book. The clash of opposing views is called the dialectic method, and is the cornerstone of a classical education. See tomorrow's post for the definition.
Your partner in the pursuit of God's truth,

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