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  • "6. Perhaps the shortness of our attention span or our "versitis" leads us to conclusions before the text's context, both literary and historical, has had a chance to inform us. "Versitis" is that disease of compulsion which causes us to jump from one verse to another in violation of the God-given order of progression in his word. There is a remarkable correlation between "verse hopping" and putting the Bible into a theological straitjacket. True followers of the Scriptures respect the judgment God displayed when he gave us his word in the order found in the Bible.57 They do not insult God's wisdom by rearranging his order. Members of cults, on the other hand, are the champion at "verse hopping." - Edward W. Goodrick & Ray Lubeck, "Is my Bible the inspired word of God? Revised Edition" 1988 & 2007 P. 97-98

    January 26, 2018