Knowledge doesn’t terminate on the knower. We don’t learn in order to conceal, just like a lamp isn’t lit to be put under a basket (Matthew 5:15). We learn in order to express—to lead others in seeing and savoring what we have seen and savored. And that means we don’t merely say it, but that we say it effectively
To encourage this kind of communication, John Piper recently explained four characteristics of helpful speaking and writing to new graduates of Bethlehem College & Seminary. He counsels communicators to say what they’ve seen with truth, with logic, with pictures, and with love.
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