An interesting spin was put on this one here: http://lehislibrary.wordpress.com/2010/11/05/eisegesis-problem/ I find it a bit ironic that a group which believes some guy received golden plates and magic glasses to read those plates and base their religion on what he wrote from them; plus believes "as we are, God once was; as God is we shall become" (King Follett Discourse)... thinks others have an "eisegesis problem!"
Just to let you know, if you follow the link you go to a completely different page. You must click on "eisegesis problem" in the right column to get to the picture. I do find it ironic. I love their commercials and admire their passion. However, they do have a tendency toward the ficticious.I also found it funny that he said he made it, but got the "idea" from you. At least he gave you some credit.
I have posted a response to the Mormon who adapted the "sola scriptura problem" to be an "eisegesis problem." That post is on the Wordpress version of CathApol... http://cathapol.wordpress.com/2010/11/07/eisegesis-problem/ I believe it is an honest and respectful question. I also posted it as a comment to his blog, but the last post I tried comment on there was not posted, at least not yet (perhaps he doesn't check very often?).In JMJ,Scott<<< PS- I have been "importing" this blog to the Wordpress version - but I may let that one take on it's own identity and link it to here.
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