Bryan’s wife was recently doing a study about understanding God’s will and felt something was off. Nearly anybody who was a Christian in American in the late 80’s and early 90’s would have be familiar with this study. Most probably did the study in there churches and Sunday school programs. Most probably didn’t even notice the gigantic leaps the popular author made with Scripture. But he’s not the only author to make such miss-steps. These kind of failures can be found everywhere, especially in popular books and popular preaching.
Bryan Catherman and Jared Jenkins take a look at the “mission premise” in this episode of Salty Believer Unscripted. It’s about learning to identify the mission but assumed bridge. After listening to this week’s episode, you may never look at popular authors and Bible studies in the same way.
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