23 Jun '16, 7am

@edwardtbabinski Partial answer from Rachel Evans:

@edwardtbabinski Partial answer from Rachel Evans:

[Note: We will return to our series on the book of Esther next week, with a discussion on the complex character of Mordecai, after I’ve returned from my travels .] As we discussed last week , the Bible is an eclectic collection of letters and laws, stories and songs, prophecies and proverbs, philosophy and poems, spanning thousands of years and multiple cultures. And as such, it lends itself to multiple, competing interpretations. It always has. I believe that all Scripture is inspired by God and useful for teaching, challenging, correcting, and training in righteousness, so that the people of God are equipped for good works. I acknowledge and submit to the authority of Scripture, even though I often wrestle with it, even though it frustrates and confuses me at times. And I try to read Scripture with ultimate deference to the teachings of Jesus Christ, who said that all of...

Full article: http://rachelheldevans.com/blog/bible-interpretation

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