Correctly Interpreting the Bible so You are not Deceived

Mike LeMay

Mike LeMay

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There are some dangerous doctrines and movements masquerading as Christian these days, and unless we understand the principles to correctly interpret the Bible we can easily be deceived.

In my new book, “The Death of Christian Thought”, available for pre-order at a discounted price on Amazon, I share four God-given principles to help us correctly interpret the Bible:
Causality
Non-Contradiction
Discerning between deception, opinions, facts and truth
Logical Biblical Conjunctives

I want to briefly touch base on the second one: Non-Contradiction. God tells us in His Word that He cannot lie or contradict Himself. If He could do either, He would not be a holy, just, righteous and perfect God. But if we do not learn how to read God’s Word using the principle of Non-Contradiction, we can become confused or deceived.

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Red Letter Christians, a progressive organization, is peddling the deception that homosexuality is no longer a sin because Jesus never directly said “homosexuality is a sin”. But the scriptures are clear in the Old and New Testament that God does see it as a sin. But RLC says that because Jesus did not directly state it as a sin, it no longer applies–that God must have changed His mind.

But just because God called something a sin in one part of the Bible, and did not restate it at another time does not mean it is no longer truth. God is eternal truth and never contradicts Himself. He is the same yesterday, today and forever–and just because he did not reiterate the sin of homosexuality every time He spoke that does not mean it no longer applies.

Only one gospel records Jesus’ first miracle at the Wedding at Cana. Does that mean the other gospels contradict the story? Of course not. We are left with a certain degree of mystery as to why the other accounts do not mention the miracle, but the gospels do not contradict themselves just because they are not completely repetitive.

Understanding the principle of Non-Contradiction is vital to help you avoid clever deception that can lead you away from God in these challenging days. For more information on how to correctly interpret the Bible so you are not deceived by Humanists, order your copy of my new book today at Amazon.

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