The bible is ours to understand!

We finally kicked off the half-hour podcast! Today we will start with some foundations on biblical interpretation and why it’s important. Next week we will show how proper study and interpretation keeps us from error and allows us to be a “Berean” in the midst of a heretical world.

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The Bible is the ONLY way to know God!

Interpreting Scripture is not an easy task but with several KEY elements guiding our minds when reading, we can rest assured we are not going to make grave errors. The ORIGINAL meaning is what we should be looking for in the Bible, not “our” meaning. Of course, there is an application, but that is derived from the original intent. Without sticking to these two things we can be sure we’ll take Scripture out of context when we teach it to others and will be guilty of error!

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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. 

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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.