The Most Misused Stories in the Bible


Title:  The Most Misused Stories in the Bible

Author:  Eric J. Bargerhuff

Pages:  176

Year:  2017

Publisher:  Bethany

My rating 4 out of 5.

I read the book in a couple of sittings so I could digest what the author was presenting.  There are some very good points the author makes to correct misapplied or misunderstood parts of the Bible.  I agree with the author who states that context determines the meaning along with using the whole counsel of God.

Most of what is presented is definitely food for thought.  There are a few chapters though where I disagreed with the author mainly because it promotes Church to the exclusion of the Jewish people.  In other words, he leaves out the need for a historical, ethnic and understanding of the times when these events took place.  The other problem was where I felt he was encouraging people to the New Testament while downplaying or ignoring The Old Testament.

So regardless of what I think, if you read the book please read discerningly.

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