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In this bald form, the joke reinforces the heterosexism of the question. His knowledge about bikers proves him straight, and his knowledge of their sexuality skeptically the distinction between the moderator's naivete and Lynde's wisdom.

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Oh the depths of the riches, both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are His judgments, and His ways past finding out! Romans 11:33

Sometimes it is surprising how many people don’t understand the difference between knowledge and wisdom. The difference has been explained in many ways, including the one about knowledge is knowing that a tomato is a fruit rather than a vegetable while wisdom is not putting the tomato in a fruit salad. Others explain that wisdom is the proper use of knowledge. Yet others will say that people who have a great amount of knowledge may not necessarily have much wisdom, while people with great wisdom do not require much knowledge. It is clear that the two words do not mean or refer to the same thing. In general, we recognize knowledge to be the accumulation of information. This is something that we all have; you wouldn’t be able to read this message today if you had not accumulated the information to learn to read, to open up the message, and to sit down and appreciate it. Wisdom, on the other hand, involves the ability to make good decisions based on the information you have. Wisdom would allow you to decide whether to put into practice the things that you learn from messages such as this. It is not possible for you and me to accumulate all of the available knowledge, or to have perfect wisdom. But our text tells us that God’s knowledge and wisdom are perfect and infinite.

Although experts tell us that we do not use a tenth of our brains, it is not possible for us to cram all information into those brains even if we could use them all. Consider those things that are beyond our power to understand, and that the most intelligent people in the world are unable to grasp. As scientists probe deeper into the atomic levels of matter to determine how it is formed and holds together, God continues to hold every atom, every quark, every Higgs boson (if there really is one) together by the word of His power. As man’s telescopes explore the uncharted reaches of space to determine the extent and sum of it all, God is intimately aware of every star and planet and asteroid and miniscule space particle out there. There is nothing God does not know, including our thoughts and attitudes at this very moment.

With His perfect wisdom, God has never made a mistake, nor can He. Man’s wisdom is often a joke, including the one about having to cancel the Christmas pageant in Hampton this year because the organizers couldn’t find three wise men. We often use our finite reasoning ability to question God’s purposes, but He Who knows the beginning from the end and Who dwells in eternity beyond the realm of time and space is using His wisdom to complete a perfect program.

The more we come to understand the infinite knowledge and wisdom of God, the less we estimate own own. Would it not be wisdom, then, to submit ourselves entirely into God’s hands to allow Him to use us as He sees fit? He will do so according to His infinite knowledge, wisdom, and love. -Jim MacIntosh

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A Wise Old Man; The Voice Of Experience; The Wise Farmer's Donkey; Wisdom Knowledge is of the past, wisdom is of the future: Vernon Cooper; Education is .

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Key Difference: Knowledge is the fact of knowing about something. It is a general understanding or familiarity with a subject, place, skills, information or situation. On the other hand, wisdom is an element of personal character that enables one to distinguish the wise from the unwise. defines knowledge as:

  • Acquaintance with facts, truths, or principles, as from study or investigation; general erudition: knowledge of many things.
  • Familiarity or conversance, as with a particular subject or branch of learning: Knowledge of accounting was necessary for the job.
  • Acquaintance or familiarity gained by sight, experience, or report: knowledge of human nature.
  • The fact or state of knowing; the perception of fact or truth; clear and certain mental apprehension.
  • Awareness, as of a fact or circumstance: He had knowledge of her good fortune.

Knowledge is the accumulation of facts and it is the data that one has gathered by learning or experiencing. It is the information and understanding that one gets through education. In philosophy, the study of knowledge is called epistemology, in which the philosopher Plato famously defined knowledge as "justified true belief." It states the order to know that a given proposition is true, one must not only believe the relevant true proposition, but one must also have justification for doing so. Synonyms include: information, awareness, and understanding.

There are some nice quotes on Knowledge:

“Be curious always! For knowledge will not acquire you: you must acquire it”. ~ Sudie Back

“Knowledge is gained by learning; trust by doubt; skill by practice; and love by love”. ~ Thomas S. Szasz

“Information is not knowledge”. ~ Albert Einstein

“Knowledge is power”.

“If you have knowledge let others light candles in it”. defines widom as:

  • The quality or state of being wise; knowledge of what is true or right coupled with just judgment as to action; sagacity, discernment, or insight.
  • Scholarly knowledge or learning: the wisdom of the schools.
  • Wise sayings or teachings; precepts.
  • A wise act or saying.

Wisdom is an element of personal character that enables one to distinguish the wise from the unwise. It is the ability to apply relevant knowledge in an insightful manner, especially to different situations from that in which the knowledge was gained. Wisdom is also the ability to know and apply spiritual truths.

Basically, wisdom is developed and knowledge is obtained. The basic definition of wisdom is the right use of knowledge. Wisdom is the ability to recognize and judge everything; which aspects of the knowledge are true, right, lasting, and applicable to your life. It’s the ability to apply that knowledge to the greater scheme of life. It is also the ability to make a decision based on the combination of experience and intuitive. Synonyms include: sagacity, sense, enlightenment.

There are some nice quotes on Wisdom:

“One of the hardest decisions you’ll ever face ~ is choosing whether to walk away or try harder!”

“The world is made up of positive energy – to attract positive energy to your life. Start by giving off positive energy!"

“If you don’t see yourself as a winner, then you cannot perform as a winner”. ~ Zig Ziglar

“Be yourself. Everyone else is taken”. ~ Oscar Wilde

“It’s not so much what you say that counts, its how you make people feel”.

Here are the highlights of knowledge and wisdom:

  • Knowledge knows the difference between right and wrong; Wisdom is choosing the one that will hurt less.
  • Knowledge knows mistakes are part of life; Wisdom is not making the same mistake twice.
  • Knowledge knows the difference between being smart and stupid; Wisdom is that sometimes, when you want to be smart, you can make yourself look stupid.
  • Knowledge knows how to manage your money, budgeting, spending, saving; Wisdom understands how money impacts the quality of your life and your future.

Knowledge is manifesting itself in any given situation through wisdom. If one lacks knowledge, he will also lack wisdom. The two go hand-in-hand. “Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living; the other helps you make a life.” ~ Sandra Carey

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Parallel Verses

English Standard Version
Doing wrong is like a joke to a fool, but wisdom is pleasure to a man of understanding.

King James Bible
It is as sport to a fool to do mischief: but a man of understanding hath wisdom.

American Standard Version
It is as sport to a fool to do wickedness; And'so is wisdom to a man of understanding.

Douay-Rheims Bible
A fool worketh mischief as it were for sport: but wisdom is prudence to a man.

English Revised Version
It is as sport to a fool to do wickedness: and so is wisdom to a man of understanding.

Webster's Bible Translation
It is as sport to a fool to do mischief: but a man of understanding hath wisdom.

Proverbs 10:23 Parallel


Keil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament

The group of proverbs now following bring again to view the good and bad effects of human speech. The seventeenth verse introduces the transition:

17 There is a way to life when one gives heed to correction;

     And whoever disregards instruction runs into error.

Instead of ארח חיּים (Proverbs 5:6), there is here ארח לחיים; and then this proverb falls into rank with Proverbs 10:16, which contains the same word לחיים. The accentuation denotes ארח as subst.; for ארח way, road equals ארח [a wayfarer, part. of ארח] would, as שׁסע, Leviticus 11:7, נטע, Psalm 94:9, have the tone on the ultima. It is necessary neither to change the tone, nor, with Ewald, to interpret ארח as abstr. pro concreto, like הלך, for the expression "wanderer to life" has no support in the Mishle. Michaelis has given the right interpretation: via ad vitam est si quis custodiat disciplinam. The syntactical contents, however, are different, as e.g., 1 Samuel 2:13, where the participle has the force of a hypothetical clause; for the expression: "a way to life is he who observes correction," is equivalent to: he is on the way to life who...; a variety of the manner of expression: "the porch was twenty cubits," 2 Chronicles 3:4, particularly adapted to the figurative language of proverbial poetry, as if the poet said: See there one observant of correction - that (viz., the שׁמר [שׁמר, to watch] representing itself in this שׁמר) is the way to life. מוּסר and תּוכחת are related to each other as παιδεία and ἔλεγχος; עזב [עזב, to leave, forsake] is equivalent to בּלתּי שׁמר. מתעה would be unsuitable as a contrast in the causative sense: who guides wrong, according to which Bertheau understands 17a, that only he who observes correction can guide others to life. We expect to hear what injuries he who thinks to raise himself above all reproach brings on himself. Hitzig, in his Commentary (1858), for this reason places the Hithpa. מתּעה (rather write מתּעה) in the place of the Hiph.; but in the Comm. on Jeremiah (1866), 42:20, he rightly remarks: "To err, not as an involuntary condition, but as an arbitrary proceeding, is suitably expressed by the Hiph." In like manner הוסיף, הגּיע (to touch), הרחיק (to go to a distance), denote the active conduct of a being endowed with reason; Ewald, 122, c. Jewish interpreters gloss מתעה by supplying נפשׁו; but it signifies only as inwardly transitive, to accomplish the action of the תּעות.

Proverbs 10:23 Parallel Commentaries

Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

Proverbs 14:9 Fools make a mock at sin: but among the righteous there is favor.

Proverbs 15:21 Folly is joy to him that is destitute of wisdom: but a man of understanding walks uprightly.

Proverbs 26:18,19 As a mad man who casts firebrands, arrows, and death...

Ecclesiastes 11:9 Rejoice, O young man, in your youth; and let your heart cheer you in the days of your youth, and walk in the ways of your heart...

In this bald form, the joke reinforces the heterosexism of the question. His knowledge about bikers proves him straight, and his knowledge of their sexuality skeptically the distinction between the moderator's naivete and Lynde's wisdom.

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