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How to be an Idiot: Fail to Learn from the Experiences of Others

As Paul warned the Corinthians to learn from the early Israelites' mistakes, we should look at the mistakes of individuals in God's Word and in our communities to learn from them. An idiot is wise in his own eyes, but we have been taught to pay attention to the experiences of others.

Todd WagnerMay 17, 1998

Messages In This Series (12)
How to Respond to the Idiot in Your Life
Todd WagnerJun 28, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Love Strife with Your Wife
Todd WagnerJun 21, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Entertain Adultery
Todd WagnerJun 14, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Fail to Learn from Your Own Mistakes
Todd WagnerMay 24, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Fail to Learn from the Experiences of Others
Todd WagnerMay 17, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Think Less of Your Role Than God Does
Todd WagnerMay 10, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Tell God What You Want and Refuse to Let Him Give You What You Need
Todd WagnerApr 26, 1998
Easter: How to be a Genius
Todd WagnerApr 12, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Hear and Don't Act
Todd WagnerApr 4, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Isolate Yourself
Todd WagnerMar 28, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Pursue Practical Atheism
Todd WagnerMar 14, 1998
How to be an Idiot: Be Wise in Your Own Eyes
Todd WagnerMar 2, 1998

About 'How to be an Idiot'

The ancient Greeks had a word for it - "idios" - someone consumed with his own interests and opinions. It's the origin of the English word "idiot," someone we regard today as lacking wisdom or good judgment. And, interestingly enough, the Bible has a lot to say about idiots, either painting vivid portraits of individuals relying on their own reasoning or laying out specific warnings about the danger of pursuing our own instincts and desires when they run contrary to Gods Word. In this 12-part series Todd Wagner helps us recognize our innate tendencies to reject wisdom and provides practical insight for living blessed, purposeful lives.