The Bible is worth more than its weight in gold, but we need to read it rightly to uncover its treasures.
1:27 – How can we say that the goal of one person reading their Bible is the global worship of God?
7:40 – In what sense can a non-evangelical or non-Christian scholar understand the Bible and help us understand the Bible?
13:16 – How does the human author’s intention relate to God’s authorial intention in the Bible, and is it possible for the human author to intend more than he consciously was thinking about?
21:27 – If we are to read the Bible supernaturally, is reading the Bible naturally — exegetically, grammatically, logically — even necessary?
27:24 – How can we really work in our Bible reading while not replacing grace? A.P.T.A.T.
34:46 – What’s the difference between the Christian’s devout relationship with the Bible and the devout Muslim’s relation to the Qur’an (Koran)?
Piper, Naselli, & DeRouchie | Bethlehem College & Seminary | Minneapolis | September 22, 2017
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