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Thus, the “Analogy of Faith”, in applying the unity of Scripture, does not just protect us against contradictory interpretations. It also can help guide us to the right interpretation, and help us to fine-tune that interpretation by seeing how a particular passage of Scripture fits into the unified whole. Continue reading
Right interpretation is not always easy. It is sometimes hard to figure out the plain / normal meaning of the text of Scripture. Right interpretation is always possible. We merely have to figure out the plain / normal meaning of the text of Scripture.
■To say it is impossible to understand His Word would be to say that God’s Word will not accomplish that which He pleased.
■To say God’s Word will not accomplish that which He pleased is to say Isaiah 55:11 is not true.
■To say Isaiah 55:11 is not true is to say that God is either dumber than you or less honest than you.
■To make either of those claims is to show just how rebellious and foolish you are. Continue reading