Sensus Plenior: Legitimate or Smoke and Mirrors?

Sensus plenior has long been used to explain why the Bible’s “facts” have changed over the course of its written lifetime. The esteemed Roman Catholic scholar, Raymond E. Brown, defines sensus plenior as that additional, deeper meaning, intended by God but not clearly intended by the human author, which is seen to exist in the …

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