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Tag: bible study
At times, we find that our logic has limits so we reach to our Bible and our Strong’s concordance and find exactly how our opponent falls short of what Scripture Is Actually Saying. Unfortunately we go and use Scripture in exactly the way it shouldn’t be used and find that even though we might technically be making a good point we’re using Scripture in a wrong way to support that point. So I’ve decided to put together a post that shows the wrong way to use Scripture and although I use specific examples these are indicative of the types of things folk do all the time:
Non-Systematic System of Study
I don’t do Systematic Bible Studying. Not that I can’t but when I sit down, pray about what I want to do and then study a topic, deducing the conclusion based on the overall whole of those verses and commentators?it leaves me nervous. I find that it leads to way too much proof-texting. Instead, I make up my own heretical study method.
Okay, maybe not heretical just not topical (which might sound like heresy, I know). Like studying everything about angels or demons or the nature of God or His attributes. I’ve done that and will do more of that, in fact this site is divided like that?but that’s not how I personally study anymore. So, here’s how a heretic studies. Sometimes.