Monthly Archives: May 2013

Bibliology and Hermeneutics #10 – Historical-Grammatical Hermeneutics

How should we interpret Scripture? What is the correct method? Are there common mistakes that we should avoid? During this session we will complete the history of interpretation, bringing the student to a better understanding of the evangelical method of … Continue reading

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Bibliology and Hermeneutics #9 – History of Interpretation

Why are there so many different interpretations of Scripture? How did the apostles interpret Scripture? Are they to be our model? What about the early Church? Should we look for a hidden meaning in Scripture? During this session, the student … Continue reading

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Bibliology and Hermeneutics – Discussion

This week we paused our regular class sessions to reflect on what we have learned so far and to introduce the next section on Hermenutics (how to interpret the Bible). We first watched three short videos, which are the first … Continue reading

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Bibliology and Hermeneutics #8 – Inerrancy

Do the Scriptures contain errors? If so, can they still be said to be inspired? How do we harmonize the difficult portions of Scripture that seem to disagree? This session will familiarize the student with the often misunderstood and abused … Continue reading

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