These are the five questions Keller asks of a text as he reads it for himself.
1. How can I praise him?
2. How can I confess my sins on the basis of this text?
3. If this is really true, what wrong behaviour, what harmful emotions or false attitudes result in me when I forget this? Every problem is because you have forgotten something. What problems are you facing?
4. What should I be aspiring to on the basis of this text?
5. Why are you telling me this today.
Why not spend ten minutes with this passage and give the questions a whirl and perhaps even journal them out.
Monday, October 15, 2012
Keller's Five Questions
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