Tap Posted January 12, 2012 Share Posted January 12, 2012 Ds is working on a simplified hermeneutics study of the Bible at church. I think they are just working on certain significant parts, as this is part of the Sr High youth group. We were talking about it the other night and he commented that there is only one interpretation of Bible (or any literature for that matter) that is 100% correct, and that is the interpretation of the author. He was commenting that literature (counting the Bible as lit) isn't supposed to be personally interpreted by the reader, but the reader's responsibility is to try to discover the writer's interpretation of events within the words. FYI: He was not trying to say that he knows the correct interpretation, just that it exists. What do you think of this? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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