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I have written before about the difference between terms that are biblical, unbiblical, and non-biblical. It is very important for us to keep these terms straight, especially so for those in leadership positions.
The problem becomes very challenging when non-biblical issues are given biblical status, and as a result, people begin to respond in a decidedly unbiblical way.
In a recent talk that I gave to some ministry interns, I unpacked this idea in more depth.
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October 26, 2022 at 6:01 am
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