Is it a given that those who read the bible will “understand it differently?” There is so much division over what the Bible supposedly teaches that the modern mantra is “there are many interpretations of scripture.” Is this true? The bible is a message to man from God. In every form of communication, there are three elements involved: a source; a message; and a receiver. If there is a breakdown in communication, the fault must necessarily lie with one of these three. So, why do we not see the Bible alike? Who or what is at fault? In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we examine three proposed answers to this question. We also launch a new look on LTBS and hope you enjoy it.
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