"But you really need to dig into the biblical meaning of fear in order to understand that ..."
While the biblical meaning is larger than the traditional, contemporary meaning is does include the traditional, contemporary meaning.
posted on 11/30/2012 10:05:23 AM PST
(May Christ be exalted above all.)
I was taught it’s reverential fear, like that of a young son to his father. Because, after all, what else is the relationship but a young son (or daughter) to their Father, in Heaven?
posted on 11/30/2012 1:18:48 PM PST
(G.K. Chesterton, Christianity has not been tried and found wanting. Its been found hard and lef)
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