A Final Word: Wisdom

Johnson, John F.
March 2005
Lutheran Education;2005, Vol. 140 Issue 2, p151
Academic Journal
This article discusses difference between wisdom and knowledge. The distinction between wisdom and knowledge has become almost a trite one. Whereas knowledge is the possession of information and facts, wisdom lies in their application. It remains a good and helpful distinction.


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