Apologetics Resource: Top Ten Most Misunderstood Verses of the Bible

Sean McDowell, professor of Christian Apologetics at Biola University and part-time high school teacher, has been producing a series of short videos on the most misunderstood verses of the Bible that are definitely worth the little time that it takes to watch them.

As of this posting he has done the first five. As they come out I will include the on this post. Some of the verses he has covered so far include:

#10 – Psalm 14:1 – Does the Bible Say Atheists are Fools?

#9 – Jeremiah 29:11 – Does the Bible Promise Prosperity for God’s People?

#8 – Philippians 4:13 – Can Christians Do “All Things”? 

#7 – Matthew 7:1 – Did Jesus Say Not to Judge? 

#6 – Leviticus 18:22 – Does the Bible Say Gays are an “Abomination”?

#5 – 2 Chronicles 7:14 – Does God Promise to Heal America?

#4 – 2 Chronicles 7:14 – Is Having “Peace” a Sign of God’s Will?

#3 – 1 Corinthians 6:9-10 – Is “Homosexuality” a Bad Translation?

#2 – Matthew 22:15-22 – Should Christians Stay Out of Politics?

#1 – Matthew 18:20 – Does the Bible Promise God Is Present When 2 or 3 Gather?

By J. Steve Lee

J. Steve Lee has taught Apologetics for over a decade at Prestonwood Christian Academy. He also has taught World Religions and Philosophy at Mountain View College in Dallas. With a degree in history and education from the UNT, Steve continued his formal studies at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary w/ an M.A. in philosophy of religion and has pursued doctoral studies at the UT-Dallas. He is finishing his dissertation at South African Theological Seminary. He has published several articles for the Apologetics Study Bible for Students (B&H Publishing, 2010) as well as articles & reviews in various periodicals including Philosophia Christi, Hope’s Reason: A Journal of Apologetics, and the Areopagus Journal.

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