Layman Scholar ;) . I am fascinated by Biblical theology. Wish I could learn Hebrew and Greek; though I have observed learning original languages do not necessarily improve interpretation and that the vast majority of Christian scholars still get it wrong on some areas despite their knowledge. Jewish or Messianic Christian hermaneutics is closest to truth. The most important requirement of proper interpretation is to be totally objective without being swayed by tradition and the doctrines of your surrounding. To have independent opinion.
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