Season: 6 Episode: 089
Deception is only 10% lies and 90% truth. Zee is my guest today and we talk about how people twist scripture to manipulate and/or fit their desires. Zee shares her own experience and why she began writing and addressing twisted Scripture in the church.
“When we isolate a verse, we can get it to say whatever we want.”
“Some Christians have become so accustomed to baby food, they have no desire for solid food.”
“If you hunger and thirst for righteousness, you will be filled.”
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Zee is a wife and a stay-at-home mom that homeschools her 5-year-old son. She has a passion for women’s ministry and encouraging women to learn how to study the Bible correctly. She desires for women to be rooted in God’s Word, so they can grow in their knowledge of who He is while building a solid foundation in truth. Zee wants to see women growing in their reverence, obedience, and love for God. She has an online ministry called @narrow.is.the.gate on Instagram, and a blog at narrowisthegate.net.
Connect with Zee:
We’re talking about the importance of learning how to study the bible. You have your own experience with twisting scripture. Will you tell us about it?
Tell us about your Twisted Scripture series and why you started it.
You said we can’t spot what is false if we don’t study the bible. If there’s one question I get asked the most, it’s how to study the Bible. What does exegetical study of the word look like?
What does manipulation of scripture have to do with manipulation of minds and behavior?
You discuss deep theological topics on your social media page. Why is it important to discuss things in the Bible that may be difficult to grasp? Does the avoidance of this have anything to do with those who accumulate teachers who tickle their ears by telling them what they want to hear? (2 Tim 4:3)
Why is it important to be a lover of truth when we quote scripture?