How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / Pr. Joseph Mahadev

Living by the Word of God
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / June 21, 2020

This week, we will study what it means to live by the Word of God and under its divine authority.

 
Dealing With Difficult Passages
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / June 14, 2020

We will take a look this week, not so much at difficult texts per se, but at what might be the reasons for these challenges and how, as faithful seekers of truth from the Word of God, we can work through them.

 
The Bible and Prophecy
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / June 07, 2020

This week, we will study the pillars of historicist prophetic interpretation.

 
The Bible as History
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / May 31, 2020

Some of the key issues in history is portrayed in the Bible. Some of the archaeological evidence too helps us substantiate history as expressed in the Bible.

 
Creation: Genesis as Foundation—Part 2
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / May 24, 2020

The first chapters of Genesis are foundational for the rest of Scripture. The major teachings or doctrines of the Bible have their source in these chapters.

 
Creation: Genesis as Foundation—Part 1
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / May 17, 2020

The first chapters of Genesis are foundational for the rest of Scripture. The major teachings or doctrines of the Bible have their source in these chapters.

 
Language, Text, and Context
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / May 10, 2020

The Lord chose to write the scriptures in human language, making His thoughts and ideas visible through human words.

 
Why Is Interpretation Needed?
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / May 03, 2020

Any text without a context quickly becomes a pretext for one’s own agenda and ideas. Hence, there is a great need for us not just to read the Bible but to interpret it correctly.

 
By Scripture Alone - Sola Scriptura
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / April 26, 2020

Sola Scriptura implies some fundamental principles of biblical interpretation that are indispensable for a proper understanding of God’s Word. We must maintain the Bible as the ultimate doctrinal authority.

 
The Bible - the Authoritative Source of Our Theology
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / April 19, 2020

The role of Scripture can vary greatly from church to church. We will explore this complex subject by studying five different influential sources that impact our interpretation of Scripture: tradition, experience, culture, reason, and the Bible itself.

 
Jesus and the Apostles’ View of the Bible
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / April 12, 2020

How did the apostles relate to the people, places, and events described? What were their assumptions and subsequent methods of interpretation? Let’s follow them and their understanding.

 
The Origin and Nature of the Bible
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / April 05, 2020

When we want to understand Scripture correctly, we need to allow the Bible to determine the parameters of how it should be treated. There are foundational aspects of the Bible’s origin and nature that should impact our interpretation and understanding of it.

 
The Uniqueness of the Bible
 

How to Interpret Scripture - KANNADA / March 29, 2020

The Bible is the living Word of God. The same Spirit of God through which Scripture was inspired (2 Tim. 3:16, 17) is promised to the believer today to guide us into all truth as we study the Word.