This essay looks for ways to understand some of the characteristics of the biblical paradigm of wisdom. Being wise implies that the person who possesses it, to a greater or lesser degree, is able to handle circumstances to achieve the welfare of others and of one’s self. Developing wisdom does not seem to be related to personal characteristics. It is actually a series of identification processes with the biblical worldview that conditions daily behavior. To illustrate these concepts, this study makes a comparison using the cases of Daniel and Samson as a continuum that goes from more toward less wisdom. A general conclusion closes the analysis.
Gregorutti, Gustavo, "Develando una Perspectiva Bíblica de la Sabiduría" (2016). Faculty Publications. 331.
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