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19 The Context of Scripture

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Uploaded on Jul 11, 2009

This is in response to a lot of the types of comments that I've seen. Please be careful about what you say when you discuss scripture. Scripture is something that is considered holy and sacred and should be considered completely. In order for it to be considered completely, we need to understand the context in which it was written (who wrote it, why, who were they speaking to, etc). Without context it is easy to completely misunderstand the meaning of the original writer (not the translator, or the translator's translator...).

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