All Scripture . . . Is Profitable for Teaching . . .
The what-does-this-verse-mean-to-you approach to Scripture interpretation is bad enough in small groups and private devotions. But it’s catastrophic in pulpits, books, and “Christian” TV. Yet misused scripture and the bad theology that results is being fed to much of the American church today.
From call-in questions on his radio program to Q&A sessions at the conferences he leads to his own exhaustive research into the teachings of many popular and powerful church leaders today, Brannon Howse has seen firsthand the destruction wrought by scriptures bent to “private interpretation” and pet theologies. Sundry leaders manipulate scripture to tickle ears and make people comfortable in often easy-to-swallow, but deviant, teachings from the Word.
In Twisted Scripture, Twisted Theology, Brannon walks you through 42 scriptures that are critical to correct Christian doctrine but are frequent targets for those intent on making the Word say what they want, not what God intended. Be prepared for many “a-ha” moments as you discover why so many teachings you’ve heard just didn’t sound quite right. You’ll be able to put your finger on the problem and know how to warn others against being led astray by erroneous and sometimes malicious twisting of the Bible. Grab hold of Brannon’s eye-opening exegesis of these core scriptures, and you’ll keep your thinking straight.
Brannon Howse is president and founder of the Worldview Weekend conference series as well as WorldviewWeekend.com. The author of 12 books, Brannon has been a guest on more than 1,500 radio and television programs, including Fox News’ The O’Reilly Factor. He has also been featured in publications such as the Washington Times. Brannon hosts a national, daily radio program as well as The Worldview Weekend Hour, a weekly television program. His greatest passion is teaching God’s Word and explaining the importance of a biblical worldview, Christian apologetics, and Bible-based theology and doctrine.