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Second Timothy -17 teaches us that "[a]ll Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work." That teaching, reproof and correction may be only at the level of broad principles in some areas of life (like dating), but it will be there nonetheless.How can we search Scripture on a topic that may be only indirectly addressed in the Bible (or evaluate what someone else has written on such a topic) without either being overly dismissive on the one hand or inappropriately "proof-texting" on the other?
Other translations render that word "wrong" as "defraud" (see the old RSV, among others).
Numerous scholars have suggested that beyond the clear sexual implications of this passage, there is a broader relational application that we are not to "defraud" one another in areas of sexuality and relationships by implying a marital level of commitment by our words and actions that does not exist.
The most important idea to keep in mind is that as we read Scripture for "indirect" guidance, we must make sure that we are conscious about genre, context and authorial intent.
So to take one of my examples above, the story of Jacob and Rachel is found in Genesis, a historical narrative.
Derek was a waiter/server at Rick’s Boatyard in Omaha for the past year. In the clip below Farrah explains that she wasn’t very happy with him either when she decided to cut off contact with him.