Daily Quiet Time

Evangelicals have been enamored with the “quiet time” of daily Bible reading and prayer, but it often seems to be focused on reading a chapter quickly, avoiding eisegesis as best as possible, and then praying through a short list. Do you have any thoughts on the typical approach to “quiet times”? Is “devotional” reading of Scripture different for you than other times you read scripture during the day? How does that connect to prayer? Thanks for your thoughts.

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One thought on “Daily Quiet Time

  1. Thank you for very helpful clearly argued explanation. I love scripture but have always struggled with having a ‘Quiet time’.


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