Biblical Interpretation Through New Eyes

James B. Jordan, in his massively influential book “Through New Eyes”, lays down five rules for biblical interpretation. These rules guide a typological reading of Scripture, keeping us grounded in the text, history, and keeping away from the dangers of overreaching allegorical readings.

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The Case for Original Monotheism: Incas

In the field of Religious Studies, many have speculated about the growth or the evolution of religion. Some say that human religion started with primalism, evolved into polytheism, which turned into monotheism, which will soon give way to secularism in its entirety. Some would add categories for pantheism or other types of religions, but those four structures seem to be in every religious studies report. But what if there was another way – the biblical model – where humanity was originally monotheistic?

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