How did you learn about CAPA?
I just got a brochure from my senior pastor actually. And I looked at the brochure itself and what CAPA is trying to do, I thought I should really come and study, because [my pastor] has really been of great help to me.
It has really opened my eyes a lot. We have done hermeneutics, and still doing it, but I should think that previously, I used to go into Scripture with so many presuppositions, which are not true. But looking at all the hermeneutics class, it has given us looking at the Greek text. I am now able to get to the meaning of the text and what the original author intended to say and how it applies to our lives today. Sure.
What are some presuppositions that you had before?
Yeah, there’s so many examples. Um, like, previously, um, I’d say during prayers, you just quoting of Matthew 18, you’d be saying whatever I bind here on earth is bound in heaven. And you know, you used to pray like binding demons with that Scripture. Those were just presupposition because we now after learning hermeneutics, studying the text, you know it’s not talking about such things. It’s actually talking about discipline. So such presuppositions are now gone. Sure.