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I read with interest Churches split over lordship of Christ Nov 10 Page A-1 A pastor stated I said for years that when we look at the interpretation of Scripture theres not one single group that can claim to have the corner on the market on the correct interpretation I infer from his comment that every group is incorrect to one degree or another He is affirming what the apostle Peter said Knowing this first that no prophecy of the Scripture is of any private interpretation For the prophecy came not in old time by the will of man but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost 2 Peter 120 21 The holy men Peter referred to are prophets of God as attested by the prophet Amos Surely the Lord God will do nothing but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets Amos 37 Only a prophet of God is entitled to interpret what another prophet of God has said Surely we need a prophet of God today to interpret Scripture so that no church need be partly incorrect A living prophet could unmistakably declare whether Christ was Lord MIKE GAIN Modesto The fallacy is begging the question in other words the conclusion is used as one of the premises The fallacy is defined because he doesnt provide real evidence to support his information The writer is trying to make a point but keeps on going in circles without making his point in particular This premise the writer wrote the pastor stating I said for years that when we look at the interpretation of Scripture theres not one single group that can claim to have the corner on the market on the correct interpretationGain1 The conclusion he got from it was that that every group is incorrect to one degree or another In other words the writer states in his argument that the churches are
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