ah, for a little more humility lolOne of the by products of modern relatavism is that people are reluctant to claim to know anything with certainty.
"Do ya know what I mean ??" is a frequent phrase meant to portray humilty. LIke - "Do you feel my subjective feeling here? Do you known what I MEAN ?"
Now arrogance and dogmatism is one error. False humilty and fear to say "I know what I know" is an opposite extreme.
The Apostle Paul wrote some 13 so books of the 27 New Testament books. He said of himself and other Christians "We know in part."
And he said today we see through a glass darkly. The day will come when we will know even as we are known.
This is humilty that we still have questions because we know "in part" the great truths of the New Testament.
On the other hand the Apostle John was not ashamed to admit that "WE KNOW . . ." some things.
i would caution not to forget that it maybe took Paul to bring out “but i am the worst of examples”
confessing mistakes openly would be refreshing ehWE KNOW that we are of God, and the whole world lies in the evil one.
And WE KNOW that the Son of God has come and has given us an understanding that we might know Him who is true; and we are in Him who is true, in His Son Jesus Christ. This is the true God and eternal life.
As a Christian I know some things in part today.
But there are some things that I KNOW too.
Receiving Jesus Christ we ought not be ashamed to confess some things we KNOW.