What Does Your Proof Text Prove?

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Prooftexting (sometimes ‘proof-texting’ or ‘proof texting’) is the practice of using isolated, out-of-context quotations from a document to establish a proposition in eisegesis. Such quotes may not accurately reflect the original intent of the author, and a document quoted in such a manner, when read as a whole, may not support the proposition for which it was cited.

If you make a habit of quoting scripture in support of your position without paying attention to the context, expect to be nagged here. At very least I’ll try to give our readers an alternative interpretation to consider.
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (1) Matthew 26:26, 28:18-20;
Luke 22:19; Acts 2:41-42;
1 Corinthians 5:11-13, 11:17-34;
2 Thessalonians 3:6; Hebrews 13:8-10
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (2) Genesis 1-11; Hebrews 11
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (3) 1 Peter 2:18-19
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (4) Hebrews 13:8
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (5) Romans 3:10-18
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (6) Ephesians 4:12-13
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (7) Matthew 21:21
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (8) Ephesians 5:18-21; 1 Peter 5:5
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (9) 2 Timothy 2:10
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (10) Matthew 3:14-15
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (11) Genesis 38:8-10
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (12) 2 John 10-11
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (13) Psalm 37:4
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (14) Psalm 2; Revelation 2:26-27
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (15) Galatians 6:16
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (16) Matthew 22:39
What Does Your Proof Text Prove? (17) Luke 17:33