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  • Bible's Interpretation Of Israel's History
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    The Bible as History The question of whether the Holy Bible is an actual historical account of what happened since the beginning of humanity, or merely stories that man has come up with over time has long been considered. Many choose to believe the Bible literally and take everything word for word. Others believe the stories in the Bible are a way of showing God's love for us, but think of them as stories and lessons on how to follow the "way of God". Others think the stories in the Bible are fa...
  • Interpretation Of The Koran And The Bible
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    INTRODUCTION: Throughout the world there are numerous religions in practice today. The most prominent of the Worlds' religions are Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Judaism and Sikhism. Each religion is discernible in its own unique way, with its various traditions, methods and places of worship, art, literature etc. In addition to that each religion has texts or scriptures which are considered to be sacred, holy and very important. Scriptures in the religious sense means the 'Word of God' as revea...
  • Church's Traditional Interpretation Of The Text
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    A Brief History of Christian Interpretation From Introduction to Biblical Interpretation, by Klein, Blomberg, and HubbardaPATRISTIC PERIOD (a. d. 100-590) o From the death of the Apostle John until Pope Gregory I, 590 a. d. o "Patristic" in that it features the contributions of the so-called Church Fathers. o The period in which the N.T. canon was developed, O.T. was still the primary authoritative collection of scriptures. o In later years, church tradition began to exercise significant influen...
  • Interpretations Of Biblical Information
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    Do you know the moral to the story of the tortoise and the hare? Is it slow and steady wins the race? Or is it that cockiness gets you nowhere? They are both correct but this is a good example of how a children's fable, like interpretations of the bible, can easily be different from one another. Interpretations of the bible vary and occasionally get the message wrong, but this variation can be attributed differences of opinion in interpretation. Whether motivated by politics, social presuppositi...
  • First Application Of Biblical Exegesis
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    First I will give you a background of exegesis. Webster's New World Dictionary (1990), defines exegesis as, the interpretation of a word, passage, etc., esp. in the Bible. This definition is a worldly. To understand the true meaning and background I looked in John H. Hays book called, Biblical Exegesis, for the answer. He says that the term 'exegesis' itself comes from the Greek word which basically meant ' to lead out of. ' When applied to texts, it denoted the ' reading out' of the meaning. Th...
  • Bransby And Her Interpretation Of The Bible
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    When the Bible was written in the early years of civilization, society held a severe prejudice towards women. This prejudice is reflected in the written word of the Bible. While these sexist ways may have been accepted by society at that time, they are definitely not appropriate today. I find it unbelievable that women are supposed to live by the same discriminatory fashion they were about two thousand years ago. According to Lu Ann Bransby in Woman: A Formula for Victorious Living, the Bible di...
  • Link To The Eve Of The Bible
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    Women and The Bible The Bible and the church have been the greatest stumbling blocks in the way of woman's emancipation. A famous 19th century feminist named Elizabeth Cady Stanton voiced this about her struggle for women's freedom. Women, considered a lower class than the men, wanted this subjugation changed. Part of the reason for the subjugation of women is that the Bible could be interpreted in many different ways to suit the needs of the interpreter. These interpretations of the Bible are i...
  • Nature And The Bible
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    Homosexuality is being hotly debated today in church and society. When the case is made for the legitimacy of same-sex love, critics rush in with three main defenses. (1) It is contrary to nature. (2) It is condemned in Scripture. (3) Its acceptance would ruin society. The most interesting thing about these three arguments is that they have been used in the past to defend what is now universally regarded as evil. In American history, slavery, segregation, and the denial of the vote to women all ...
  • My Catholic View Of The Bible
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    Conversations about the differences and similarities between Fundamentalist and Catholic beliefs usually end up being more like heated debates than conversations. A major difference between the Catholic and the Fundamentalist is how they see the Bible. The source of the Fundamentalists' faith is the Bible. But what do the Fundamentalists believe about the Bible This is the question I am trying to answer for myself. I will present my understanding of the Fundamentalists' view of the Bible along w...

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