Who Owns the Bible?

Much of the debate in the church over the issue of homosexuality has been far from edifying, and too many arguments simply rehearse points made earlier without advancing the discussion in any material way. This is just the kind of intellectual conflict in which it is wise to step back from the debate itself and examine the presuppositions that underlie the various positions. In other words, this is the kind of place where the study of hermeneutics is helpful and informative.

 

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