Reading the Bible in Context

I believe that a lot of our problems and misunderstandings about the Bible and Christianity would be solved if we read Bible passages in context. I love it when Greg Koukl reminds us to “never […]

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5 Questions to Ask When Reading the Bible

Bible

Bible reading is good. Responsible Bible reading is better. It is not enough to just randomly open a Bible and put your finger down on a verse. There are some good practices that people can […]

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Kevin Vanhoozer on Protestant Interpretive Anarchy

Apologetics and Theology

Kevin Vanhoozer is a theologian that I greatly respect. In this helpful video, he addresses some of the criticisms that people have brought against protestantism due to differences in biblical interpretation.

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30 Day Apologetics Challenge: Day 21

Apologetics and Theology

Study Hermeneutics If I had to choose the number one need within the church, I would say that it is knowledge of the Bible. If I had to choose number two, it would be the […]

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Does Revelation 3:10-11 Teach the Rapture?

Rapture

I came across an internet meme with the following message, “The Rapture in the Book of Revelation: Revelation 3:10,11.” Does this passage really teach the rapture? “Because you have kept my word about patient endurance, […]

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Stealing Girls and Biblical Interpretation

Apologetics and Theology

One of the most important skills that a Christian can develop is biblical interpretation. Judges is a book that gives us plenty of opportunities to grow our skills in biblical interpretation. Judges 21 is just […]

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What is a Bible Promise?

Apologetics and Theology

I frequently hear people say that the Bible promises this or the Bible promises that. But what does that mean? Is it as simple as saying that anything the Bible says must be a promise […]

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7 Keys to Biblical Interpretation

Apologetics and Theology

Biblical interpretation is one of the most important skills for a Christian. This is something not just for a pastor or a professor. The Christian who reads five verses before bed needs to know how […]

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The Key to Interpreting the Book of Revelation

Apologetics and Theology

Revelation is the most misinterpreted book in the entire Bible. The reason for this is very simple. The problem is the starting point. Many people begin their interpretation of Revelation with their newspaper or television. […]

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What Does “Unequally Yoked” Mean?

Apologetics and Theology

We should interpret the Bible by what we read. However, 2 Corinthians 6:14-18 is an example of a passage that others have interpreted for us before we ever read open the Bible. “Do not be […]

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