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.

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.

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

 

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Make sure that what they teach is contextual… Be A Berean.

This podcast supposes that people just agree with what suits their intellectual pallet and that they should begin to study and test everything they hear.

Acts 17:10–12

[10] The brothers immediately sent Paul and Silas away by night to Berea, and when they arrived they went into the Jewish synagogue. [11] Now these Jews were more noble than those in Thessalonica; they received the word with all eagerness, examining the Scriptures daily to see if these things were so. [12] Many of them therefore believed, with not a few Greek women of high standing as well as men. 

 

“It’s time that people learn to listen to the teaching they hear by learning and testing everything by the standard of Scripture, not traditions of man..”

Pastor James H. Tippins