What is “Unlearned Question”?

 

An “Unlearned Question” ( 2Timothy 2:23) or Statement is:

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

Then, “assert” that your understanding must be accepted in place of what the Bible Jesus Christ has revealed — who is Lord, God knowing everything.

By human nature, we have all spoken an unlearned question or statement. When it’s a pattern, we are to be avoided.

Examples:

John 7: 40 – 42

1 Timothy 1:7

 

 

 

UNLEARNED can be a question or a statement. Jesus commands us to avoid a person’s unlearned desire for discourse on a question or statement. It cloaks intent for a kind of debate which is sin. Don’t respond, do not interact with it. Furthermore, we are commanded  (by the Lord) to “avoid the person”.

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

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