A group of seminary students attended a lecture by one of the world’s most distinguished Scripture Scholar/Theologians. After the lecture, one of the students said that as he listened to the brilliant speaker he felt like Charlie Brown looking up at the clouds. He was referring to the classic “Peanuts” comic strip in which Charlie Brown, Linus and Lucy are looking up at some unusual cloud formations. Lucy says, “If you really have an imagination, you know, you can see things in the clouds. What do you see Linus?” Linus replies, “Well, over here I see a map of British Honduras … and there’s a portrait of Thomas Eakins, the famous sculptor and painter … and over here is the ‘Stoning of Stephen.’ I can see the Apostle Paul standing to the side.” Lucy says, “That’s very good, Linus. And what do you see, Charlie Brown?” Charlie says, “Well I was going to say ‘I see a ducky and a horsey,’ but I changed my…
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