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For several months now, I’ve belonged to a private Facebook group run by the Christian Apologetics Alliance. The level of intellectual and theological brilliance exhibited by the majority of its members is truly staggering. Others, not so much!
In referring to this latter group, I’m not talking about those believers asking intelligent questions as they seek an education in Christian apologetics, but certain others who get so caught up in philosophical questions they cannot seem to draw a proper conceptual dividing line between faith and intellectual knowledge.
As a result, the Holy Spirit has led me to write this article.