“Words mean things” is a simple and powerful truism that certainly applies to our study of God’s word. In our mistranslation podcast series, we have endeavored to establish how much a text of Scripture can be changed by the mistranslation or misunderstanding of a single word.
We continue our exploration of how we got our Bible, and how the process of translation from the original languages requires precision in order to get the truths God intends.
To what degree is our pathway to heaven based on works and how do we know if we are doing enough?
Jesus promised that all his true followers would be with him in heaven. What does that mean for me? Is it faith or works that get me there?
We continue our review of Bible mistranslations that camouflage important details of the Bible’s true teaching. Our goal is to understand the will and mind of our Holy God by harmonizing every text in Scripture.
Mistranslations? Part II of this series continues with reviewing biblical texts that read differently from one translation to the next.
Many questions swirl around as to the authenticity of the Bible. How were its individual books chosen? Why are there so many translations? Why is there so much disagreement about its message? How do we KNOW it is the inspired word of God?
If Christianity is all about attaining perfection and reincarnation is essentially about the same thing, are they compatible?
Are ghosts real? Is reincarnation a legitimate process in the patterns of life? For billions of people in our world today, the answers to one or both of these questions is a resounding yes.