C.H. Spurgeon On ‘Theological Studies’
If the time spent over "obscure theological propositions" were given to a mission in the dim alley near the man’s house, more benefit would come to the man and more glory to God.
I do not see the propriety of allowing such studies to override the commonplace activities of practical godliness. Theological studies, unattended by active service in spreading the gospel among men, well deserves rebuke.
Cease to meddle with matters that are concealed, and be satisfied to know the things that are clearly revealed.