“If, in the name of tolerance and earthly concerns, we allow our reason and logic to shift from Jesus to reason and logic itself, we have abandoned the true God of the Bible for the lie — we have left the Logos for the anti-logos.”
That’s a quote from here that I think is so true. Not long ago, I heard of a viewpoint that seemed unbiblical to me. When I questioned the person, the only reason given was that it “just made sense.” The more I think about it, the more I realize that this is exactly what’s happening in so many cases. Whenever we decide that something “makes sense” to us, we need to search the scripture and make sure that it is compatible with what the Word teaches. One person’s “sense” can be incomprehensible to others, and often God’s ways don’t make sense at all to our finite minds.
Isa 55:9For as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts.