I was pleased to read this book, as it was in many ways like having a deep conversation with old friends, which could include both authors Yust and Anderson, as well as the spiritual and theological persons highlighted, whose writings and insights were influential in my vocational development. ... Read review
"...several in history who were taught by God rather than the academy, formal church institution, or other such recognisable courses of learning. This can be dangerous, taken in isolation, for it can be used in current times to justify the non-education, go-it-alone approach. However, the rest of the book does an excellent job at working against such notions, while upholding the validity of that kind of learning that comes from God. The fifth-century ..."
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