Omniscient

cartoon_man_directions_map_confusedMisinterpretation is when a reader understands a text to mean something other than what the writer intended. If god is the author and knows precisely how each of us will understand the text, there can be no such thing as misinterpretation.

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2 thoughts on “Omniscient

  1. Exactly, first off they shouldn’t be trying to interpret it in the first place! Genesis 40:8 “Do not interpretations belong to God?

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  2. Here is something difficult to misinterpret: “”This is what the Lord says – Israel’s King and Redeemer, the Lord of Heaven’s Armies: ‘I am the First and the Last; there is no other God. Who is like me? Let him step forward and prove to you his power. Let him do as I have done since ancient times when I established a people and explained its future. Do not tremble; do not be afraid. Did I not proclaim my purposes for you long ago? You are my witnesses – is there any other God? No! There is no other Rock – not one.” Isaiah 44:3

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