Do I Need the Church to Understand the Bible?

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Questions in this Episode

1. Are Christians required to keep Old Testament dietary laws?

2. What does the Bible say about Karma?

3. I understand that scripture is to be understood as the sole source of divine revelation; the only inspired, infallible, final, and authoritative norm of faith and practice. However, I have heard a theologian say that while this is true, scripture is to be interpreted in and by the church. Doesn’t this give the church more authority than scripture alone?

4. Follow up question: if Christians are not required to keep Old Testament dietary laws, are Jews who believe in Jesus required to?

5. Does the Bible say anything about Marxism?

6. What does it mean to be under the law?

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