There is a foolishness that isn’t foolishness at all. In fact, it comes as a result of recognizing one’s place in the whole scheme of things. For the Corinthian church, they were wise in the ways of the world, and to them that was of great value. Paul, however, claimed that of greater value is to be a fool in the ways of the world but wise in the ways of God. To be wise in the ways of God is to look foolish to those who are of the world and who think they know so very much. It’s a paradox, really; you cannot be wise in both. In which one will you be a fool?