The “way of wisdom” is really a worldview, or a way of understanding the way the world works. As we have seen, it begins with an understanding that God holds a unique and sovereign place in the universe, and is the ultimate, infallible determiner of what is right and wrong, good and bad. From this foundational truth flows every other element of wisdom. Discernment, then, is seeing everything the way God says it is, and always preferring what God prefers. Perhaps in no area is this more important than in our understanding of truth. In 8 verses, formed into 4 sets of pairs, Solomon walks his son through a “theology” of truth that is as relevant today as it was almost 3,000 years ago.