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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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.