Paregesis: The Homiletical Danger of “Timeless Truths”

We all acknowledge the dangers of interpreting the Bible with a preconceived idea. We call it eisegesis. You interpret into the text something that isn’t there. While the conclusion reached may not be wrong, the method is fallacious. In current preaching styles, we follow an expository method to avoid this error. Typically, expository means preachingContinue reading “Paregesis: The Homiletical Danger of “Timeless Truths””