Is there a universal way Christians should interpret the Bible? Some say that that there really isn't a standard for interpreting the Bible and that all interpretations are simply the creation of man. But if that's true then how can we know anything in the Bible for certain? Is there a universal way that the Bible should be read, and if so, what is it?
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