Interpretation

Rewind: Rules for Interpreting Instructional Literature

Rapp Report Daily episode 65 The easiest type of literature for 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.

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Rewind: Rules for Interpreting Prophetic Literature

Rapp Report Daily episode 64 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…

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Rewind: Rules for Interpreting Wisdom Literature

Rapp Report Daily episode 63 Wisdom literature is one of the many types of literature in Scripture.  In interpreting wisdom literature one must understand the interpretation rules for Hebrew poetry, but it goes beyond that.  One must always remember that wisdom literature deals with generalities and not promises.

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Out of Context Verses Part 2: Promises/Blessings, Works Salvation, Misused & Misapplied

This week we continue our discussion of verses used out of context. We look at verses misused on promises and blessings, works salvation and some misquoted/misapplied passages.  Theology Gals Journals Women can join Theology Gals Facebook Group Theology Gals-Ladies Theology Discussion and Encouragement Follow Theology Gals: On Facebook On Twitter @TheologyGals On Instagram theologygals Email…

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Out of Context Verses: Word of Faith, “Israel as America” and Women in the Church

This week on Theology we talk about verses that are often taken out of context. On this part one of two, we focus on prosperity gospel and word of faith, “Israel as America” and women in the church.  Episode Resourses: Women and the Church with Aimee Byrd Theology Gals Episode Beyond Authority and Submission by…

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