Dr. Ken Bailey | Understanding the Bible (Two 30-Minute Lectures)

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Understanding the Bible (Two 30-Minute Lectures)

by Dr. Ken Bailey

In the first lecture,Dr. Bailey explains where our scriptures came from and why they were selected to form the New Testament. The second lecture presents seven "sins of interpretation." He then describes the classical "historical interpretation" that is a
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1. Where did the Bible come from?
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How and in what way was the Bible "inspired by God." In the first lecture, Dr. Bailey reflects on this important topic and then turns to the question of how the New Testament books were selected for the canon of the Church. The second lecture focuses on the "seven sins of Biblical linterpretation." Many mistakes have been made in the past and we need to know where the Christians have gone astray in their methods and how those seven errors fail to unlock the secrets of God that the original authors intend the readers to understand. A case for "historical interpretation" is then made.


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