Bajo fuego: Así me lo dice la Biblia

Authored by Amette Ley in Issue #29.1 of The Sower

¿Cómo podemos ayudar a las personas a comprender la Biblia?

El estudio bíblico se emprende por muchas razones: como parte de un curso teológico, para fines apologéticos, para el consuelo y la dirección personales, como evidencia histórica, por la belleza de la literatura; aún, tristemente, como herramienta para usar en contra de los demás cristianos. La Iglesia no se espera a que todos sean eruditos de las Escrituras. El estudio que se lleva a cabo en aislamiento sin referencia a la enseñanza de la Iglesia sobre el cómo leer la Escritura puede a veces conducir a una lectura individualista y subjetiva de los textos – una que puede entrar en conflicto con las interpretaciones de los demás y con los de la Iglesia.

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