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The interpreters task is to expound the word of God clearly, so the congregation can understand what it is saying

If the druggist is required by law to follow exactly the doctor’s prescription, if military officers must transmit the orders of their commanders verbatim or suffer severe penalties, how much more incumbent is it for one dealing with Divine and eternal things to adhere strictly to his text book! 204 more words

Arthur W. Pink

The desire to please the congregation has caused a many minister to twist the scriptures

To comply with what has just been said calls for an unbiased approach, an honest heart, and a spirit of fidelity, on the part of the interpreter. 189 more words

Arthur W. Pink

The task before the minister is to unfold, with clearness and accuracy, the Word of God

It is only by giving heed to the things which have been pointed out in the preceding paragraphs that the necessary foundations are laid for any man’s becoming a competent expositor. 173 more words

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No preacher should be content with being anything less than “a man mighty in the scriptures”

No preacher should be content with being anything less than “a man mighty in the scriptures” (Acts 18:24). But to attain thereunto he must subordinate all other interests. 181 more words

Arthur W. Pink

Does Scripture reject Eisegesis?

Eisegesis – “the process of interpreting a text or portion of text in such a way that the process introduces one’s own presuppositions, agendas, or biases into and onto the text. 1,203 more words

Reading the Bible - Part 1

The Bible is a mind-blowing, earth-changing book; but prior to reading the sacred text, it is important to determine one’s purpose for reading the Bible. Exegesis and Eisegesis are two conflicting approaches in Bible study. 305 more words

Basics Of The Orthodox Catholic Faith

The Word of God cannot be understood without a constant and laborious study, without a careful and prayerful scrutiny of its contents

“If any man think that he knoweth any thing, he knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know” (1 Corinthians 8:2).

The Word of God cannot be understood without a constant and laborious study, without a careful and prayerful scrutiny of its contents. 189 more words

Arthur W. Pink