Spiritual Learning: About the Past and New Experiences
Experiences either present or absent, can allow the learner to be wise about initiating learning event. Albu states that a learning event is introduced because the learner can’t always count on past experience. He also notes that the learner will always have something to discover, to understand, to (re)structure, to rearrange, to show, to (re)brief, to (re)conquer (2009.)
When there is a deficiency in knowledge based on an experience, learning will need to be started to eliminate the shortage.
Proverbs 18:15 (NASB) states that the ear of the wise seeks knowledge.
A Christian learner will need to be wise and discern, based on their past experiences, when to start a learning event to either discover or re-discover knowledge.
Albu, G. (2009). In the Microuniverse of Learning. Petroleum - Gas University Of Ploiesti Bulletin, Educational Sciences Series, 612), 12-21.