With theological sophistication often comes a subtle theological confusion.
We learn right answers. Answers about life. Answers about holiness. Answers about God. Not just answers, but right answers.
This is where the confusion sneaks in.
Because we know the right answers to some questions, we begin to believe we know the right answers to most or even all answers.
Mystery fades and hearts harden.
How do you preserve mystery in the midst of sophistication?