Mistakes We’ve Made in Bible Study: Assuming Our Interpretation is Always Correct | Ep. 243

Mistakes We’ve Made in Bible Study: Assuming Our Interpretation is Always Correct | Ep. 243

In this episode of our series Mistakes We've Made in Bible Study, we chat about the assumption that our interpretation of a passage is always correct. No one person has a perfect theology, so why should we assume that our theological interpretation of a passage is always correct? What do we miss out on when we are unwilling to engage with other orthodox interpretations of Scripture? Come chat with us about these questions and more in this short episode!
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Time Stamps:

0:47 - Favorite Things
2:14 - What does it look like to always assume your interpretation of Scripture is correct?
3:44 - Important caveats for this episode
5:53 - How our "theological camp" impacts our interpretation of Scripture
9:54 - How to spot this mistake
14:04 - Engaging our curiosity in Scripture
15:54 - How to avoid making this mistake

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