Time machines are not available…

So we’ll just have to use what we have. While not a necessary ‘tool’ in our belt for interpretation, knowing and realizing that the bible is an OLD set of writings is imperative. Not because it is out-dated, but because there may be some things in there that we don’t need to mash into our contemporary timeline.

We appreciate your listening and look forward to seeing this podcast get off the ground with great force. By the Lord’s grace, we’ll continue to provide more and more teaching on this and other pastoral subjects. 

Also, get ready to start listening to our weekly hour-long podcast “Theology Answers” that can be found over at “TheologyAnswers.com” and is a part of the Christian Podcast Community.

“The First Century church did hardly anything like we do it today – that is as a church.”

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WWJD is not the answer!

Narratives tell what happened, they don’t always tell us what we are to do. When we apply narratives wrongly we can actually cause people to walk in sin out of ignorance and worse, even hurt their fellow man. This podcast will talk about this error and give a few examples such as the daughters thrown out during the destruction of Sodom; Jesus’ cleansing the temple, and the Apostles calling out heretics. Let’s listen and learn.

We appreciate your listening and look forward to seeing this podcast get off the ground with great force. By the Lord’s grace, we’ll continue to provide more and more teaching on this and other pastoral subjects. 

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“WWJD… WWJS… WWJW… and everything else under the sun about Jesus. Well, let’s see what Jesus says about what we should do.”

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Interpreting Scripture

Well, as you know the Bible can be intimidating and at times we can read something within the pages and wonder what we have seen as if it were in another language. While this is true, I believe it stems from the error of thinking that we have to “interpret” every portion of Scripture. 

For the most part, Scripture is very simple to understand and when it becomes difficult, we can divine the meaning from the rest of the words around the foggy portions. This podcast will discuss briefly this matter and give some simple insight. Stay tuned as we launch this podcast where we will spend many hours dealing with proper interpretation and many wrongly applied passages.

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“Read the bible and stop trying to interpret everything. His name is John… that’s a simple thing to grasp.”

 

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The Scripture isn’t Always to ME!

The Bible isn’t always written to me, so why do so many people insist on personalizing verses in a way that changes the meaning? In this podcast number 000b, we are still priming the pump on the foundations of proper thinking with relation to understanding how to rightly read and understand Scripture.

We appreciate your listening and look forward to seeing this podcast get off the ground with great force. By the Lord’s grace, we’ll continue to provide more and more teaching on this and other pastoral subjects. 

Also, get ready to start listening to our weekly hour-long podcast “Theology Answers” that can be found over at “TheologyAnswers.com” and is a part of the Christian Podcast Community.

“For God so loved “ME” that He gave His only Son – this is a very bad error and should be avoided at all times.”

 

So what does it take to understand the Bible? A little knowledge of reading within the context of the grammatical construction. We won’t deal with that now, but I want you all to know it’s coming. Today we’ll just talk briefly about the mindset of hermeneutics. These shorter introductory podcasts will get the pump primed as we prep to tackle the laundry list of contextual matters before us.

Coming Soon!  

Straight Outta Context – A podcast that looks at often misunderstood and abused textual interpretations and reveals the truth of what the Bible actually teaches.