Tag: Interpretation

The danger of inferring Doctrines from Examples in Scripture

The Jewelry thing (the abstinence doctrine) is a very implicit argument that requires the believers to ignore the entirety of the Bible, and even the words of Jesus, the culture of the people in question and the documented and archeological history of the audience to which this was written, and re-interprets the explicit meanings and statements therein to fit their implicit narrative.

Forcing the Bible to say what it Does Not Say

Forcing the Bible to say what your denomination wants it to say is a scary practice of heretically putting words in God’s mouth. The Scriptures can and will interpret themselves, and the Word says what it means, and means what it says! We cannot force the Bible to say what it does not say.

What is Speaking in Tongues?

I have to say from the outset, that I am both an expert by experience/practice, and absolute ignoramus on this topic, which is why I have decided to write about a hot, contentious, real and active conversation in the Christian world today. Speaking in Tongues. What is it? Is it […]