Ever Learning but Never Coming to a Knowledge of the Truth

<quote from Real Faith & Reason, vol 2>

The apostle Paul wrote prophetically about perilous times when people would love pleasure more than they love God. And Paul went on to say they would be “ever learning, and never coming to the knowledge of the truth.” (2 Timothy 3:1-7) From this Scripture, we see that it’s possible to learn untrue concepts and ideas, and in those cases, the words “education” and “learning” don’t apply to anything real. Education without truth is brainwashing and indoctrination. It educates students into ignorance and keeps them from knowing how to tell the difference between good and evil, truth and error, or reality and make-believe. So, many courses that propose to teach this difference fall short of it, but they encourage irrational thinking instead.

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