This is the time of year when we celebrate the new geniuses among us—graduates. But whatever happened to, arguably, the first real genius, the man who observed that “much study wearies the body” (Ecclesiastes 12:12)? This half-hour presentation examines the life of Solomon, the wisest and most knowledgable man of his time (or ever, second only to Jesus). How did his life turn from genius gifted by God to Real Man of Genius in the Budweiser use of the phrase? Here’s a hint. It had nothing to do with his intellectual prowess—or three other things we tend to rely on. This message was presented as part of the “Real Men of Genius” series at IronWorks.
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