Theology Thursday: Reading Scripture with the Quadriga

Christians today often want to interpret Scripture either completely literally or completely metaphorically: either everything in the Bible is scientific fact, or it is all a myth. Traditionally, the Church has not seen things this way. In the Middle Ages, Christians read Scripture with a method of interpretation called the “Quadriga” (“a four-horse chariot”). The Quadriga has four “yokes,” or ways to interpret, that help you think about every level of truth that Scripture reveals.

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