Author Rebecca Davis joins Amy Fritz to talk about common misinterpretations of Scriptures and how often they harm the most vulnerable.
Amy and Rebecca talk about:
*Bitterness and that pesky “bitter root” verse that may have a more nuanced meaning than you think.
*Is it a “biblical” thing to “believe the best” of others?
*The problem with a common definition of gossip used by Bill Gothard and Dave Ramsey (and many others)
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Buy Rebecca’s books:
Untwisting Scriptures: that were used to tie you up, gag you, and tangle your mind Paperback
Untwisting Scriptures that were used to tie you up, gag you, and tangle your mind: Book 2 Patriarchy and Authority
Untwisting Scriptures that were used to tie you up, gag you, and tangle your mind: Book 3 Your Words, Your Emotions
Untwisting Scriptures to Find Freedom and Joy in Jesus Christ: Book 4 Wolves, Hypocrisy, Sin Leveling, and Righteousness-
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Rebecca’s website: https://heresthejoy.com
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