The Twisting of Sacred Scripture

Here is a list of some of the the most egregious instances of Kiko employing “eisegesis”, an interpretation of Scripture that expresses his own ideas and biases rather than the meaning of the text. In most of these cases, Kiko contradicts the interpretation of a Church Father.

from Webster’s 3rd New international Dictionary
  1. Jesus’s Clay vs. Kiko’s Mud (John 9), and here, and here.
  2. The Passover without a Sacrifice
  3. Zacchaeus and the Sycamore (Luke 19:1-10)
  4. Judge Not? (Matthew 7:15)
  5. The Ten Virgins and their Oil (Matthew 25:1-12)
  6. The Small White Pebbles of Rev. 2:17
  7. “Do Not Resist Evil.”  Part I (Mt. 5:39)
  8. “Do Not Resist Evil.” Part II, Mt. 5:38-42 & Isaiah 53
  9. Abraham:  An Idolater and Failure, Just Like You (Gen. 11-22)
  10. From Kiko’s Traditio Symboli:  The healing of the epileptic boy (Matthew 17:14-21)

More examples are coming. Stay tuned.

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