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Poor exegesis of the scripture
on April 25, 2014
It seems to me that Mr Farley has come to the bible with his theology already decided and then he avoids any scripture that disagrees with his preconceived conclusions.
Example he decides to redefine a word used in Hebrews from "scourged " to "inquires into " by claiming that a fictitious word in hebrew was mistranslated by Luke. (he claims Hebrews was originally written in Hebrew and then translates=d by Luke)
I found insufficient evidence for this historically. also 1 Jn 1: 9 he claims does not apply to christians because it was written to gnostics in the church taking one vest out of context because it dis agrees with his theology.
As christians we must first look to the scripture for our theology and if one verse contradicts what we want to believe we must then change our theology not try to change the Bible.
I WOULD NOT RECOMMEND THIS BOOK TO ANYONE OR ANY OF Mr Farley's other books as well because his theology is flawed. Mr Farley should stick to teaching Spanish that is what he is educated to do!