A software developer by trade, artist by hobby, and writer by faith. Dave Aldon is always working on the next question, and uses this blog as his driver for personal study and a desire to share these discussions.
I’m all about asking questions
The Bible has a lot of information in it, but asking questions helps take us to the next level of personal study. Questions like:
- “Why did God harden Pharaoh’s heart in Exodus?“
- “Why do the apostles believe communion is dangerous?“
- “Why did God hate Esau?“
- “Why did the magi choose myrrh of all things to give to Jesus?“
These questions help us to start seeing the intricacies of scripture, and to learn that there’s always more to God’s word than its face value. It’s okay to ask questions. It’s okay to ask God for discernment regarding confusing scripture.
My mission is to ask the hard questions about scripture, to ask the why, and to help myself and any readers begin a much deeper, personal study of God’s living word.
If you have a question about God’s word, I’d love to talk with you about it. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.