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Seventh-day Adventists believe in inspiring those around us to experience a life of wholeness and hope for an eternal future with God. In other words, just having the Bible, and claiming to believe it, is one thing, as important as that is. But, as the proliferation of false doctrines all supposedly derived from Scripture reveals, we need to know how to interpret the Bible correctly as well. From this starting point, then, we will examine how the Bible teaches us to interpret itself. For instance, how did Paul or the other gospel writers interpret the Old Testament? If what they wrote was inspired by God, then certainly how they read and interpreted the Scriptures could be central to helping us learn to do the same, as well.
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