The Scripture Interprets Itself: In the Context

The Scripture Interprets Itself: In the Context

     In this Keys to Biblical Research series, we’ve looked at specific ways the Scripture interprets itself in the verse. Now we’ll look at another way the Scripture interprets itself: In the context.      Thinking about context reminds me of John Adams, the second president of the United States of America. He stood for freedom of religion… Continue Reading

The Scripture Interprets Itself:
In the Verse—The Words Must Be in Harmony with the Verse As Well As with All the Scriptures Relating to the Subject

The Scripture Interprets Itself: In the Verse—The Words Must Be in Harmony with the Verse As Well As with All the Scriptures Relating to the Subject

     In recent issues of The Way Magazine we have considered that the Scripture interprets itself in the verse—right where it is written, and a word or words must be interpreted according to Biblical usage. As workmen of the Word, we must also understand that the words must be in harmony with the verse as well… Continue Reading

The Scripture Interprets Itself:
In the Verse—Scripture Build-up, or Narrative Development

The Scripture Interprets Itself: In the Verse—Scripture Build-up, or Narrative Development

     One of the ways the Scripture interprets itself in the verse is by way of scripture build-up, or narrative development. One scripture may not tell all the details regarding a section of scripture. Scripture build-up means that several passages of scripture on an identical incident or subject may augment the information given in each other.… Continue Reading

The Now of the Word

The Now of the Word

     The waitress was tap, tap, tapping on the order ticket with her pencil. The others at the table were all staring at me with anticipation. I just couldn’t decide. There were so many choices on the menu, and everything looked so good. What was I to do? Did I want the special or something from… Continue Reading

Standing on Solid Ground

Standing on Solid Ground

     From the time I began walking and into the start of first grade, I wore white high-top shoes with steel plates built in on the instep side. This was to keep my ankles upright. These white shoes did not bother me until some of the children began to tease me about wearing “baby shoes.” I… Continue Reading

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