Bad Hermeneutics (John MacArthur)

Posted: February 4, 2010 in Theology and Doctrine
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Taking God’s Word seriously means many hours of diligent study, which produces doctrinal coherence and theological consistency. That’s not what today’s evangelicals are known for. So how do we remedy that?

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  1. j.d. stegall says:

    very powerful– i agrree with everything he said, without a doubt. praise the LORD for those who rightly divid the Word of God and are humbled by the holiness of His Word.

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