2022 Los Angeles Times Book Festival Features Apostles’ Methodology for Interpreting Scripture
What if you realized that most of the things you learned as a Christian are wrong?
— The methodology of the apostles for interpreting the Scriptures
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, USA, June 30, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Apostles’ Methodology for Interpreting the Scriptures by Marcelino Esquilin explains how the content written by the Apostles was instructed by Jesus of Nazareth. It is written indicating a path, not a conclusion, and this distinguishes this book from other religious books.
Marcelino’s text displays a unique approach to replacing Christianity; a scientific and analytical method for establishing a common faith among the Christian faithful. From the knowledge of theology, the book suggests that the interpretation of Scripture using the message of Jesus of Nazareth conveyed
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through the words of the Apostles is the ideal methodology because there is no speculation. However, this book may be persuasive to those who are not dedicated Bible students. The premise of the book is not to push readers toward any particular end goal, but rather to focus on the process for believers to embody the word of the Apostles. And so Jesus of Nazareth, in their daily life.
Each of the selected Bible references found in the book does more than just convey the author’s message. They inspire, encourage and strengthen the persevering believer whose light shines brighter with faith. This Bible study will apply to all readers because of its straightforward engaging structure combined with Bible verses and stories that are delivered with such clear precision that it’s nearly impossible to miss the message.
The Apostles’ methodology for interpreting Scripture exemplifies Marcelino’s solid understanding of the depth of his text and provides an extremely crucial piece of piecing together each chapter; a series of questions that will serve as a guide for believers and a list of key terms covered therein.
Marcelino Esquilin (aka Marxel) was born in Rio Piedra, Puerto Rico, in July 1955. Marcelino was pursuing a master’s degree in theology at Knox Seminary in Ft. Lauderdale while he was reviewing this book. He received his Bachelor of Arts (Cum-Lauden) degree in Theology from Trinity International University in Florida. He and his wife, Sofia de la Rosa, fathered four children during their 41 years of marriage and are now grandparents to two step grandchildren and are
expecting another grandchild!
The Apostles’ Methodology for Interpreting Scripture
Written by: Marcelino Esquilin
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