Rockford, IL – There’s a famous quote that says “The Bible is like a person; if you torture it enough it will say anything you want.”
According to Rev. Dr. Thomas Vosburgh this is one of the major issues facing the church today.
“Too many people are playing fast and loose with the scriptures,” says Rev. Vosburgh. “They overstate what the scriptures say and they do us great harm.”
An ordained clergyman serving churches for more than 20 years, Rev. Vosburgh is on a mission to communicate with more people about the major issues that face the church, many of which he says the church fails to understand.
“People refer to the Bible as the word of God. There’s a great danger in that because people will search through the Bible to find anything that justifies their own personal opinion.”
Rev. Vosburgh believes many of the issues facing the church stem from a distorted view of prayer that has left Christians feeling disillusioned, cynical and full of doubt.
Prayer connects us to a spiritual resource that’s available to us that encourages us, strengthens us and calms us,” says Rev Vosburgh. “It’s not about asking God to make things happen and expecting your wishes to be fulfilled. It’s an opportunity for people to think creatively and let the Holy spirit touch their lives, to be his instrument.”
Rev. Vosburgh’s philosophy is boldly Biblical, solidly grounded in scripture, yet deliciously unconventional.
“Conventional thinking isn’t going to move the church forward,” says Rev. Vosburgh.
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