“[T]rue learning increases both knowledge and mystery. The more knowledge we have of God from the Bible, the more mysteries we apprehend. The benefit of increasing mystery this way (rather than by means of preserving ignorance) is that what we do know gives direction to what we don’t know.” (>>)
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