Tag Archives: meaning

The Diversity of Scripture: Holy God, Holy Bible

Anyone who reads the Bible closely knows that there it possesses impressive diversity. Not all perspectives in Scripture are the same. Some of the differences we find in Scripture are insignificant, but some of them are more substantial and make … Continue reading

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Meaning and the Spiritual Value of the Original Audience

I don’t think all readings of texts are created equal. Some are better than others, and its better to have good readings than poor ones. I certainly don’t want to encourage an environment in which everyone’s private, idiosyncratic reading of … Continue reading

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Repost: Texts Don’t Just Hold Meaning, They Create Meaning

I wrote this four months ago on my former blog, along with a few others on Scripture. I want to add to these in the next few weeks. For awhile now, I have been a person of diminished appetites. Slowly, … Continue reading

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