Many pastors are warning us about the problem of biblical illiteracy in the church today. I do not think it is that much of a problem. Here are 15 reasons why biblical illiteracy is not a problem in the church.
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Have you ever heard a woman use Genesis 3:16 to say that the reason women experience pain in childbearing is because God cursed Eve? In other words, have you ever heard someone blame God for the pain that women experience in giving birth?
In this post I look at 8 indicators Ed Stetzer provides about how to determine whether or not someone is biblically literate, and I disagree with all 8. I do not think that biblical illiteracy can be accurately diagnosed, or is even that big of a deal in the church today.
Genesis 3:16 shows God telling Eve He will greatly increase her pain. Does God inflict pain on people? Does God hurt women? Is God a cosmic wife beater?
Many of us talk out loud to God or we pray silently and then thoughts come into mind. Are such thoughts from the mind of God? Well, there is some bad news and some good news. This guest post by Mike Edwards explains more.