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Reasoning

Reasoning [NAVE]

REASONING
With God, Job 13:3, 17-28.
God reasons with men, Ex. 4:11; 20:5, 11; Isa. 1:18; 5:3, 4; 43:26; Hos. 4:1; Mic. 6:2.
Natural understanding, Dan. 4:36.
To be applied to religion, 1 Cor. 10:15; 1 Pet. 3:15.
Not a sufficient guide in human affairs, Deut. 12:8; Prov. 3:5; 14:12.
Of the Pharisees, Luke 5:21, 22; 20:5.
Of Paul from the Scriptures, Acts 17:2; 18:4; 19; 24:25.
The gospel caot be explained by, 1 Cor. 1:18-28; 2:1-14.
See: Investigation; Philosophy.

REASON; REASONABLE; REASONING [ISBE]

REASON; REASONABLE; REASONING - re'-z'n, re'-z'n-a-b'l, re'-z'n-ing (yakhach, etc.; logos, dialogizomai, -ismos, etc.): "Reason" with related terms, has a diversity of meanings, representing a large number of Hebrew and Greek words and phrases. In the sense of "cause" or "occasion" it stands in 1 Ki 9:15 for dabhar, "a word" (the Revised Version margin "account"), but in most cases renders prepositional forms as "from," "with," "because of," "for the sake," etc. As the ground or argument for anything, it is the translation of ta`am (Prov 26:16, the Revised Version margin "answers discreetly"), of yakhach, as in Isa 1:18, "Come now, and let us reason together" (compare Job 13:3; 15:3); in 1 Sam 12:7, the word is shaphaT, the Revised Version (British and American) "that I may plead," etc. The principal Greek words for "reason," "reasoning," are those given above. The Christian believer is to be ready to give a reason (logos) for the hope that is in him (1 Pet 3:15 the King James Version). "Reason" as a human faculty or in the abstract sense appears in Apocrypha in The Wisdom of Solomon 17:12 (logismos); Ecclesiasticus 37:16, "Let reason (logos) go before every enterprise," the Revised Version (British and American) "be the beginning of every work." In Acts 18:14, "reason would" is literally, kata logon, "according to reason"; in Rom 12:1, for "reasonable (logikos) service," the Revised Version (British and American) has "spiritual," and in the margin "Greek `belonging to the reason.' " In the Revised Version (British and American) "reason," etc., occurs much oftener than in the King James Version (compare Lev 17:11; Dt 28:47; Jdg 5:22; Job 20:2; 23:7, etc.; Lk 3:15; 12:17; Acts 17:17, etc.).

W. L. Walker


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