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Expository Hermeneutics: an Introduction

Expository Hermeneutics: an Introduction

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The purpose of this book is to provide an understanding of the rules of Bible interpretation and to lay the groundwork for testing the validity of one's interpretation and application.. Expository Hermeneutics breaks new ground in developing principles and strategies for the historico-grammatical, or 'literal', interpretation of scripture.
Contents PART ONE: BIBLE STUDY AND HERMENEUTICS Introduction 1. Inductive Bible Study and Hermeneutics 2. The Goal of Interpretation 3. Hermeneutical Considerations of the Goal of Interpretation 4. Objections to the Proposed Goal of Hermeneutics PART TWO: RECOGNITION Introduction 5. The Task of Recognition 6. Hermeneutical Considerations in the Task of Recognition- I 7. Hermeneutical Considerations in the Task of Recognition- II PART THREE: EXEGESIS Introduction 8. The task of Exegesis 9. Hermeneutical Considerations in the Task of Exegesis - I 10. Hermeneutical Considerations in the Task of Exegesis - II PART FOUR: APPLICATION Introduction 11. The task of Application 12. Hermeneutical Considerations in the Task of Exegesis- I PART FIVE: VALIDATION Introduction 13. The Principle of Validation 14. Procedures in the Principle of Application Glossary
Contributor Elliot Johnson
UPC 025986230791
ISBN-10 0310230799
ISBN-13 9780310230793
Publish Date Oct 14, 1999
Weight (lbs) 0.9100
Height 9
Width 6
Length 336.00
Length Unit Pages
Publisher Zondervan
Price $24.99
Format Paperback
Language English

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