The Christian life is a doxology, a hymn of praise to God. Certainly not boring! In the Gospel, Jesus lives this life, in process confronting the Jews with a solid declaration of His deity: "Before Abraham was, I AM." He uses a revealed name of God to describe Himself. In response, the Jews tried to stone Him, for He opposed their man-made doctrines.At Pentecost, more (or the same) Jews were cut to the heart; later they were baptized into the triune God. Still later, Festus saw Christianity as a madman's ravings. According to Judaism, Christ is a liar; according to others, He's a lunatic; to us, as C. S. Lewis put it, He is certainly our Lord. Let us not, as G. K. Chesterton warned, abandon intellectual grasp of this or any doctrine - but also let us not quench the Spirit. Let us continually study the One who loves us, as a bride studies her husband all their lives. Love goes with knowledge of the thing loved.Learn and know the promises of God, my God, our God, the I AM. Doctrine isn't boredom, but praise! Praise Him for His blessings, the Sacraments, the prayers, hymns, doctrines. Believe and hold to Him.
Soli Deo gloria.