Of Teachers and Jesters

In the present age, there are many teachers who talk and talk and talk and talk. Their theology is a species of ancient foolishness.

One who refused to be called “teacher” remarked rightly: “The denser the darkness in which any one shrouded a subject, the more he puzzled himself and others with preposterous riddles, the greater his fame for acumen and learning.” Surely this describes the learning that struts around today.