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How To Read The Bible Correctly

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How we read the bible will inevitably affect our view of God and of life. Is there a specific approach we should have to reading the bible correctly?

How To Read The Bible Correctly

What we have in the bible is God’s word written. He’s a personal and speaking God so we don’t have to live in fear and darkness and superstition.

“We are personal beings and therefore, if we as creatures are personal, well then surely the creator is a personal God. And then we also know that God is not only a creator God and a personal God, but God is a speaking God. And God has spoken to us in various ways; he’s spoken to us in creation, he’s spoken to us in our consciences, he’s spoken to us in his Son pre-eminently … And then he has spoken to us in his word – the Bible. The Bible is God’s word written.”

Topics & Timestamps

0:00 – Who is God?
2:03 – The Bible is without error
3:38 – The Bible is one story
5:17 – The Bible has one hero – Jesus


Top Quotes: How To Read The Bible Correctly

“What we have in the Bible is God’s word written. He’s a personal and speaking God so we don’t have to live in fear and darkness and superstition.”

“God saw to it that the very words in the Bible, not just the ideas, were from God and are therefore without error.”

“When we read the Bible, we ought to read it with four main themes: Creation, fall, redemption, glorification.”


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