Gospel Musician by name Sir Solomon has taken to social media platform (Facebook) to explain Sonnie Badu on his own questions. Sir Solomon who doubles as host for “Which Is Which” on CTV asked him not to “take the text out of context” in his write up.
Read the reply below :
Dear SONNIE BADU usually I ignore such write-ups but because it’s coming from you and I love you, please kindly take some time to read this.
Firstly, don’t forget that most of the Old Testament writers ✍️ especially in this particular context (don’t take the text out of the context as it is in your write up) didn’t witness these events themselves. They wrote the Bible by Revelation, Inspiration and by Oral Tradition.
How could Moses write about Adam and Eve while he wasn’t even born?
How could he write about his own death?
How could Jude (Jude 1:9) write about the contention over Moses’ body after his death? All these were given to the writers of the Bible by either Revelation, Inspiration or by Oral Tradition. The Bible is INERRANT, INFALLIBLE AND INSPIRED.
You know how revelation and dream could be right? There is always a missing link. “For we see in part and prophesy in part 1 Corinthians 13:9”. The missing part is what brings glory to God. “It is the glory of God to conceal a matter” Proverbs 25:2”
In our attempt to go deep into the scriptures, let us beware of our conclusion and the things we think might have been discovered, else we may be doing more harm to the body of Christ than we could ever imagine.
Don’t also forget that the Bible both the Old Testament (OT) and New Testament (NT) have gone through the CANONICAL PROCESSES to be selected as part of the CANON OF SCRIPTURE.
Thank you 🙏