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A careful reading of the Bible is rapidly becoming an inherently dangerous undertaking. When you take the scriptures seriously, it will change your life.
The impact of the Bible is counter cultural everywhere in the world. Being a Biblically based believer in Jesus Christ alters your worldview and thinking.
Being serious about the Bible will not be popular with your friends, possibly your family, and at times, your government. The Bible is unsafe because it will cause changes in you to take place, and people will see that in you.
A Biblical worldview is one of nonconformity. The culture, at times, embraces ideas and ways of living that do not exactly conform to what a careful reading of the Bible says. This is really not new. Historically, a Biblical worldview has always been countercultural to the world's way of thinking and doing. Due to that, a Biblically based worldview may be perceived as dangerous, upsetting, backwards, and evil.
Our view at The UnSafe Bible is simple, “For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.” (Romans 1:16, NASB95)
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Here at The UnSafe Bible we have recently started teaching through a study of one of my favorite books, Isaiah. Isaiah was a prophet to Judah and to Jerusalem and his prophecies covered the present-day issues of Judah at the time he was writing. He also made reference, at times, to the northern kingdom of Israel and also wrote aRead More
It is common in western culture to consider the beginning of the New Year as a new start. Many of us make resolutions of things we will be doing in the new year. For many of us, many of those resolutions are routinely broken. Failure by the end of the first week much less the first month is common. ThoseRead More