PERCEPTION OF IDEAS RATHER than the storing of them should be the aim of education. The mind should be an eye to see with rather than a bin to store facts in. The man who has been taught by the Holy Spirit will be a seer rather than a scholar. The difference is that the scholar sees and the seer sees through; and that is a mighty difference indeed.
. . .one of the greatest weaknesses in the modern church is the willingness to lay down foundations of truth without ever backing them up with moral application.