Listen to Gary Johnson explain something he calls “peephole” driving.
“I grew up in Michigan where people do ‘peephole’ driving. People who live in the frozen north have likely been peephole drivers a time or two. Peephole driving happens after a night of snowfall and plummeting temperatures. In the morning, because we are in a hurry to get to work or school, we scrape a small opening in the ice and snow that encases the windshield. We start the car and turn up the defroster, but it throws more frigid air against the glass. So, we keep wiping the personal-pizza-size circle above the steering wheel with our hands. We carefully drive down the snow-covered street, peering out of our peephole at other drivers peering back at us through their peepholes. Peephole driving in the winter is an apt picture of what it’s like to go through life with limited vision and understanding of the Bible.”
This sounds dangerous!
“My people are destroyed from lack of knowledge.”—Hosea 4:6.