It probably happens more often than it should–a good idea is shared, but the Bible passage used as the foundation of that good idea isn’t really the right text. We end up using a passage to make a point that the passage itself isn’t really making. It’s not that what is shared is heresy, but it might not be anchored in a well-read text.
This one evening intensive will look at a number of examples of the “right idea, wrong text” problem. To help us become better readers of Scripture, we’ll look at some examples of how NOT to read a text.
This class will meet online on Thursday evening, May 27, at 6:30pm (EST). Once you have registered, you will sent information about signing on to the class.Register Now