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Get to the root of presuppositions.

Seth's Oasis

With all of the hot-button issues regarding the Bible and God’s standard of holiness and morality being thrown around the news lately, I was intrigued by one writer’s proposed way of tackling the issues if he were ever interviewed by “Piers or Larry or Tavis or Rosie or Ellen or The View” (or as the author calls them, “TaPierRosEllRy”).

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Rather than tackle the particular issue with its certainty of a resulting firestorm of being called intolerant, ignorant, backwards (and any other version of slander and libel tossed around by those seeking to dismiss anyone who dares to publicly present the Word of God for what it says), this author said that he has decided to side-step the conversation and start with the “most offensive” verse in the Bible.

I like the tactic, not because it is sure to pour more fuel on the fire, but because this author’s “most offensive…

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