Big Question Notes.pdf - Spelling and translation mistakes Often times there isn't a perfect word equivalent at the time of the writings as many new

Big Question Notes.pdf - Spelling and translation mistakes...

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Spelling and translation mistakes Often times there isn't a perfect word equivalent at the time of the writings as many new words have developed in the past 2000 or so years. For example Ephesians 6:5 says “Slaves obey your earthly masters with respect and fear, and with sincerity of heart, just as you would obey Christ.” The Bible is not “ok”ing slavery here, it is just another way of telling us to respect those who are above us, they were not given a choice to become slaves, but they are to respect their master like they respect Christ. Perspective There are different views to every story for example, and often times the truth is what you find in the small details. The Bible isn’t always direct and just saying this is the truth, it oftentimes make you think and read between the lines. Context People do not understand that verses’ aren't always supposed to be taken literally,

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