2 Peter

Teaching and learning is important because it involves truth and error. What a student learns becomes ingrained in the heart and soul. If this “learning” is false and if the student comes to believe that something untrue is actually true it becomes so much worse and will be hard to convince that person otherwise. And if that truth or error involves our eternal destiny the stakes only go up. The Christian faith that Peter preached was not just a matter of philosophy, it was a matter of eternal life and death. Yet there were those who were peddling their own propaganda and falsehoods that contradicted the truth. Peter had to confront these falsehoods so that they would not be mistaken for the truth. Peter’s writing on false teachers and their false teaching is just as relevant today.

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