The Teachings Of The Bible

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Born in church, the Bible has become a law book and a testament of salvation for all. Reading the Bible helps me to uncover God’s qualities through the human history and Christ’s life. The reason for the Bible is to have viewpoints about how to receive salvation; however, most will consider their interpretations of the Bible in their own way without crediting inspiration from God. The Bible written for each person on Earth shows the divine grace and mercy of God towards others.
Paul’s writings are congregational writings sent to churches. Most considered Paul’s writings irrelevant; they considered his writings spoke to Ephesus, Colossus, and other churches during his Christian journey. Feminists have thought Paul had discriminated women overall, saying women need to cover their hair (1 Corinthians 11:4-16); in addition, Paul stated that women could not teach, keeping man’s authority on top (1 Timothy 3:11-12).
The reason why I stated that the Bible is congregational was that Paul applies his messages to everyone. However, the letters he wrote applied diverse messages to different churches. For example, he wrote the letter of Romans to the church of Corinth to show how Jews and Gentiles are saved through faith and that the law kept them in sin (Romans 3:28). Another example is to show the church of Galatia that no division or group can approve that they are saved (Galatians 3:28). Paul’s letters only showed the congregational message where it speaks to all people about God’s

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