"The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment" Blog Tour (Day 11)
Today marks the end of The Discipline of Spiritual Discernment blog tour. This was meant to be only a two week tour, but events conspired to keep me from visiting SharperIron on the scheduled date. We decided we would add one date to the tour so I could make that stop.
The guys at SharperIron focused on the common belief that discernment is intuitive rather than something that requires dedicated thought and practice. How does Scripture tell us to view discernment as a step of rational thought guided by the Holy Spirit, rather than a supra-rational sixth sense? After that opening question, they asked several questions that furthered application. For example, If I use my knowledge of Scripture to judge some action as evil, and this discernment seems clear, how should I view my brother who does not make the same discernment? These were surprisingly difficult questions that I struggled with for quite some time.
I am grateful for all of the bloggers who chose to participate in this tour:
|January 7||Evangelical Outpost|
|January 8||Tall Skinny Kiwi|
|January 10||Adrian Warnock|
|January 11||Gender Blog|
|January 15||Between Two Worlds|
|January 17||Michael Spencer|
|January 18||Church Matters|