Reading Scripture Through The Eyes of Paul


How we read Scripture affects how we apply it to current issues. Dr. Clay Libolt draws on his years of serious Bible study and pastoral work to help us better understand Bible texts related to human sexuality. A careful reading of 2 Corinthians 3, in the context of the rest of Scripture, especially Exodus, to which Paul himself refers, reveals that Paul places less value on what is written in “ink” or “stone” than he does on the “Spirit of the living God.” Read more about how Paul teaches us to read Scripture and about the freedom we have when we “turn to the Lord,” in Libolt’s post on his Peripatetic Pastor blog: Reading Scripture Through the Eyes of Paul.