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Homeschooling Lessons and “Does God Use Sound When He Speaks to Prophets?”

August 13th, 2013 Leave a comment Go to comments

Homeschooling children sure does educate the teacher. Already I’ve learned:
1. How to define “median” accurately.
2. What “firmament” means.
3. How in Excel to use cell labels as variables, for use in computing averages over varying ranges.
4. Lots about Sumerians and Egyptians.
5. How to construct a one-line *.exe file to say “Hello, World”.
6. That the French language is impoverished in terms of children’s literature.

Today this question came up:

Does God Use Sound When He Speaks to Prophets?

Anybody have any ideas? I did think of the “still small voice” passage in II Kings.

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  1. Doug Papenmeier
    August 25th, 2013 at 12:29 | #1

    My answer, “yes and no.” Still, small voice, yes. Dreams, no (Daniel, etc). Other times, unknown, but I tend to think no sound. I don’t think Isaiah or Nathan heard a physical voice as they were leaving the palace. I tend to think He spoke to their minds, but I cannot prove that.

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