The Right Not to Listen


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Every person is an implicit theologian. Each has developed a personal concept of God that governs how we relate to him. This doesn’t cause problems until someone decides to express their implicit theology of God. One fundamental need of man is to express our ideas to one another and be understood. The Corinthian church seems to have been an open church where there was free expression of ideas. Paul instructed them to do every thing in order. Are we required always to listen, all the way through, to someone’s ideas? Are we expected to answer every question, every argument? Find out where the limits are.