In other words, the summary immediately conditions a person’s mind to receive the scriptural text in only one way

In this case, the statement “Use of wine, strong drinks, tobacco, and hot drinks proscribed” is an interpretation (and is false.) Only hot drinks are proscribed, all the other items mentioned are given legitimate uses.

But, as people first read the verse summary, when they get to the actual words of the revelation, they substitute the verse summary’s interpretation for what the scripture actually says

In conditioning, there is a presupposition that is accepted. The presupposition is that since the church publishes the scriptures and authorized the text of the chapter headings and verse summaries, the chapter heading and verse summary interpretations must be correct. In other words, the presupposition is that the headings and summaries give the correct interpretation of the scripture that follows and can be entirely trusted.

The danger in relying upon the chapter headings and verse summaries for interpretation is that they are often found in conflict with the scriptures themselves, or that they are too narrow in the broad scope of the scriptures, and thus a person who relies upon them will either entirely miss the true meaning of the scriptures or they will only get a part of the meaning and not the bigger picture or other meanings.

Another problem is that the headings are often completely substituted. I have seen people just skip over chapters entirely and just read the headings, thinking that they are still “feasting upon the word of Christ.” The tendency, therefore, of the headings and summaries is to produce scriptural midgets and not giants. This tends to make a people think they know a lot, when really they know little to nothing.

Another danger to an individual’s correct understanding of the scriptures is free local hookup Edmonton Canada the footnotes. Like the chapter headings and verse summaries, footnotes condition the individual reading them. For example, look at the following scripture and footnotes:

24 And there stood a one among them that was like unto God, and he said unto those who were with him: We will go down, for there is space there, and we will take of these materials, and b we will make an earth whereon these 3: 24)

People can check their brains in at the door and absorb the headings’ interpretations without going through the mental exercises and processes to really figure things out

The footnote for “24a” tells a person to look up Jesus Christ, Firstborn in the Topical Guide. The implication is that the “one” referred to in this scripture is Jesus Christ. As the LDS reader presupposes that the footnote interpretations are correct, that is the end of discussion. So, when someone brings up that Michael is a Hebrew name which means “ONE LIKE GOD,” they are already conditioned into believing that this scripture is referring to Jesus, due to the interpretative footnote.

Not only can Topical Guide (TG) footnotes interpret scripture, but also the alternate translations from the Greek (GR) and Hebrew (HEB), as well as the explanations of idioms and difficult constructions (IE) and clarifications of archaic English expressions (OR). Due to space limitations, not all of the alternate translations can be listed, so the one or two that are given tend towards a limited interpretation. Either a person needs to learn Greek and Hebrew and read the texts himself, or he needs to consult the multiple translations into English that have been done by using Biblegateway or some other resource. Only in this way do the scriptures open themselves up to understanding. For idioms, difficult constructions and clarifications of archaic English expressions, instead of getting a one or two word “sound bite,” which is all that can be given in a footnote, one should consult with either the Oxford English Dictionary or another resource that specializes in all the shades of meaning that archaic expressions can have. This leaves the reader with the opportunity and responsibility to determine what the scripture means, guided by the scriptural text itself, the various translations, the English language tools, and the all important gift of the Holy Ghost.

あなたにとってのいらないモノをゴミにすることなく、また誰かに使ってもらう。 エコランドの「エコ回収」は、「いらない」世界を変える、モノを大切する社会の実現をミッションとしています。
これまでも、日々さまざまな「いらないモノ」とたくさんのお客さまと向き合ってきました。昔は「モノを大切にしましょう」とよく耳にしたものですが、大切にするどころか、今の世の中はいらないモノで溢れかえっています。
いらなくなったらポイッと捨てるか、処分の仕方もわからないし面倒だし、何より重いからそのまま放置しておく…という方も少なくないでしょう。

でも、ちょっと待ってください。もしかしたら、それは誰かが「欲しい!」と思っているモノかもしれません。
あなたが今まで大切にしてきた、まだまだ使える「いらないモノ」を誰かの欲しいにつなげて、また大切に使ってもらいませんか?
エコランドのエコ回収では、いらないモノを、欲しいと思っている誰かにつなげるお手伝いをしています。

また、誰かにまた使ってもらえるという流れは、地球に優しいエコな世の中に変えていくことにもつながっています。モノが溢れかえっている世の中だからこそ、モノのあり方を再度見直してみましょう。

エコ回収では、お客さまが大切にしてきた家具や家電など、愛着のあるモノを丁寧におあずかりし、さまざまな独自のルートで販売または寄付をいたします。
販売が成功したら、10%の成功額をお客さまへキャッシュバック、または寄付を選べます。

また、いらないモノの引き取りは、お客さまのご都合に合わせてご自宅にまで伺いますので、お客さまご自身が重い家電や家具を持ち上げて運ぶ必要はありません。
あなたも、これまで大切にしていた「いらないモノ」を、また大切に使ってくれる誰かに渡る感動を体験してみませんか?

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