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By Dallas Willard

At a time whilst well known atheism books are conversing in regards to the irrationality of believing in God, Willard makes a rigorous highbrow case for why it is smart to think in God and in Jesus, the Son.

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Or does it eliminate faith? 12. Why has “faith” become something of a joke among the “worldly wise”? two Exactly How We Perish for Lack of Knowledge My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge; because you have rejected knowledge, I reject you from being a priest to me. And since you have forgotten the law of your God, I also will forget your children. Ho s e a 4 : 6 W e h av e se e n how important it is for us to have knowledge, and why mere belief and commitment, though they have their unique places, cannot be substituted for knowledge, but actually depend upon it in crucial ways.

Jesus is famous for saying just that. You can abandon yourself to God, who is present. “Let go and let God” is an old and wise saying—unfortunately more widely said than practiced. Daniel’s three friends, facing death in a “fiery furnace,” were commanded to bow to the image set up by King Nebuchadnezzar. Their response to the king was that they did not even need to think about it (Dan. 3:16–18). Their God would or would not deliver them, but in either case all was well. They would not bow. Jesus announced in the Beatitudes that even the most deprived and insignificant people on earth could be blessed by living in the kingdom: the poor, those who were grief-stricken, those without reputation or standing (the meek), and so forth.

The Japan and Germany of the mid-twentieth century are illustrations of nations perishing for lack of knowledge; and that fate can befall any nation, including the United States of America. What Hosea was confronting was a failure of knowledge at the level of “worldview” and the general disintegration of life that comes from acting on falsehoods at that most fundamental of levels. Knowledge of Christ, or lack thereof, is also positioned at that level. That is where it competes for the human soul.

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