Dear Theophilos: Concerning the matters that have taken place among us, many people have undertaken to draw up accounts based on what was handed down to us by those who from the start were eyewitnesses and proclaimers of the message.
Therefore, Your Excellency, since I have carefully investigated all these things from the beginning, it seemed good to me that I too should write you an accurate and ordered narrative, so that you might know how well-founded are the things about which you have been taught.
The Book of Luke 1:1-4 CJB
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There are four things we need to keep in mind as we begin this study.
- We don’t know everything.
- Since we recognize that we don’t know everything, we know that there is always more to learn.
- In light of the fact that we don’t know everything, AND we recognize that there is always more to learn, could it be that there are always new things to learn and some old things we need to unlearn.
- When Adonai gives us more information and more light on a subject, we need to change our thinking and change our beliefs.