The author of Proverbs speaks passionately of two paths in life—the way of the wise, and the way of a fool. He speaks urgently, knowing that folly can persuade our desires to the point where foolishness appears right and good. Ultimately, folly not only harms ourselves and others, but it also begins to shape us as people. Like the author of Proverbs, we want to discern between wisdom and folly, and we want to speak persuasively, inviting the foolish to wisdom. In this session, we will consider together the deceptive nature of folly and the dangerous path that it can lead us down, and we aim to grow in engaging with folly, both for ourselves and for those in our lives.