Bible Interpretation

Episode 136: Destroying the “Flat Earth” With 1 Photo I Took From My iPhone – You Can Too

In an informative and engaging episode of the Didache podcast, Justin Peters debunks the Flat Earth Theory using simple observations and scientific principles. He begins by addressing the surprisingly large following this theory has among Christians, expressing concern for the ridicule it brings upon Christianity and the misinterpretation of biblical texts. Peters showcases photographs taken…

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Interpreting Scripture, What We Believe, Part 3

Rapp Report episode 190 Continuing on the What We Believe series, Andrew and Bud examine the subject of interpreting Scripture.   The part of the What We Believe statement that Andrew and Bud examine is the following: “The only means of interpreting Scripture is a literal, grammatical, and historical interpretation which affirms the belief that…

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Common Christian Cliches

Theology Throw Down episode 10 The differ Christian podcasters of the Christian Podcast Community discuss some of the common Christian cliches. They were groups as those not found anywhere in Scripture and those are are form Scripture. In Scripture nowhere: “Hate the sin, love the sinner?‚ÄĚ “God helps those who help themselves.‚ÄĚ “God doesn’t give…

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Rules for Interpreting Instructional Literature | Rapp Report Daily 0065 | Striving for Eternity

The easiest type of literature to interpreting Scripture is instructional literature.¬† This is where we will get most of our doctrine from.¬† This form of literature is found in most of the letters in the New Testament. This podcast is a ministry of Striving for Eternity and all our resources¬†strivingforeternity.org Listen to other podcasts on…

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Rules for Interpreting Prophetic Literature | Rapp Report Daily 0064 | Striving for Eternity

Prophetic literature is one of the most difficult types of literature in Scripture to interpret.¬† Therefore must be handled carefully.¬† Most of the prophetic literature is dealing with history that has really been fulfilled.¬† In the unfulfilled prophecies, one must remember that they are often thumbnail sketches and not as detailed as many would like…

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