Bible interpretation: Literal or Metaphorical?

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  1. angelk316

    angelk316 Active Member

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    <Quote>"Whenever one watches a documentary on the bible, please consider the source. The secular world has a skewed view of the authenticity of the bible and constantly seeks to discredit it as the word of God, so it's doubtful that there will ever be a resounding, irrefutable conclusion from scientists and "experts" that the bible is what we as Christians know it to be, which is The Word of our Lord. "<Quote>

    i agree with what your saying. This program though was using scriptures from the bible.
     
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    Yes, I've seen some of those. I had the misfortune of watching a show on the History Channel called "The death of Jesus", and they were quoting scripture as well. But don't you know that they started saying things like, "if this really happened," or "well, the odds are great that it didn't actually happen this way..." Needless to say, I was none too pleased! I missed two hours of sleep for that! Sheesh! :lol:
     
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    LOL, I feel you.
     

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