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Is Scripture-Quoting a Sign that You’re Nuts?

Brian953 Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 3:47 PM
Mis-quoting Scripture is, in many ways, worse than not mentioning it at all. The Bible dose not say, for instance, that money is the root of all evil. It says that the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil. It does not say that the truth will set you free. It says that if you follow Jesus' commandments, then you will know the truth. And THAT truth is the truth that will set you free.
Baerlin Wrote: Feb 21, 2013 9:53 PM
Agreed. Missquoting Scripture leads more people astray and takes more effort to fix. Most people think they know bits and pieces of the Bible but when asked, it is generally missinformed.

Currently in the theaters is the movie, Safe Haven, based on the book by Nicholas Sparks. In the book, the bad guy goes around quoting Scripture.

Is quoting Bible verses indicative of a mental imbalance? To some of our cultural elites it would seem so.

By way of full disclosure, I have neither read the book nor seen the movie. (Nor do I want to vote with my money by buying a ticket for it, saying, “Yes, Hollywood, make more Christian-bashing movies.”) However, my wife read the book and said it’s a great story about an abused wife, fleeing from her...