Sunday, November 30, 2014

Hermeneutics - Experientializing - Dec 1 2014

We continue our look into Hermeneutics by examining the pitfall known as Experientializing. This occurs when we interpret the Bible by what we experience. Many people, for example, believe in a private prayer language because they have experienced it. Experientializing can also occur when we take an historical event in Scripture and assume that because it occurred in biblical days it should be experienced by believers today as well. For example, Gideon set out a fleece to know God's will. Should we do the same and expect his experience to be ours? Visit