Posted On February 28, 2018

On the sixth episode of the Ask Us Anything Podcast, Dave Jenkins answers Sam’s question, “Dave, I’m seeking to grow in my knowledge and understanding of the gospel each day. I’m wondering though if you can help me with this question, I know I am to love the Lord with all of my heart, mind, and my neighbor. I’m wondering though it seems like some Christians devalue doctrine and only want to emphasize loving others. Can you help me to learn how to love God with my mind also and to ask good questions of the biblical text?”

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Asking good questions from sound theological convictions about Scripture.
  • Engaging in sound biblical interpretation.
  • The relationship between biblical knowledge, biblical wisdom, and biblical understanding.
  • Church History and the life of the mind.

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