It's not discernment, it is the inability to speak exactly about a passage. Danoh seldom does. 10 paragraphs about a TALKING about a passage, but not a paragraph about a passage. What he studies is me, not the passage. That's why all the books he also quotes (against his prohibition) are also from seminaries at some point.
What I study is how perception works and how it might aid or get in the way of reading a passage right.
You just happen to be the guinea pig in my posts about that to you :chuckle:
Others are in my posts about that to them.
Others and I am in my journal entries about that to myself.
And when I am reading a book and or hearing a preaching, I am studying said individual's manner of perception as indicated by the recurrent pattern of their assertions.
It is referred to as behavioral modeling - the study of how things within any behavior interact with one another that results in their result; the epistomolgy upon which one bases one's epistemology about a thing, to begin with.
I do the same with the writer's of Scripture.
Thus, why I know, not hope, not think, not guess, not wonder - but know - that you are married to a perceptual system of endlessly perpetual cluelessness.
You take issue because you think I am talking about you :chuckle:
I am actually taking about modes of perception that get in the way of seeing any passage of Scripture for what it is actually saying.
O the vanity :chuckle: