I began studying Vision Forum in the summer of 2012. Convinced that they improperly interpret Old Testament narratives, especially as related to sons and daughters, I started working on this 17 page essay examining two of the Tenets of Biblical Patriarchy. The emphasis is on the hermeneutical system that forms the foundation for much of what they teach and how, in order to adhere to that hermeneutical method, they engage in poor exegesis and use faulty logic to support their position.
At the risk of sounding like I’m patting myself on my back, this essay is not something you can read while watching TV or trying to keep on eye on toddlers in the backyard. Some of the theological terms I use may be new to you. It needs to be read carefully.
Read this essay before you read the one of Tenets 16 – 21. If you read 16 – 21 first you will miss some very important foundational components of my entire argument.
The essay is in PDF format which you can download above (VF_22_23_2b).
If you downloaded an earlier copy, this one corrects some typos.