What Is Unlearned Question? ( 2Timothy 2:23)

 

An “Unlearned Question” or Statement is:

You don’t know what you are talking about, but for pride about your knowledge, think that you do.

Next, “you assert” that your knowledge be accepted in place of what the Bible Jesus Christ has revealed and taught (He is GOD).

Jesus commands us to avoid persons with a pattern for unlearned questions or discussions. They’re hiding a desire for debate — the kind of debate that is Sin. Don’t respond, do not interact, and walk away (Proverbs 14:7)!

2 Tim 2:23 -26, 2 Peter 3:16, Romans 16:17

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