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Number of Pages: 576
Vendor: Thomas Nelson
Publication Date: 2004
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An Introduction to Classical Evangelical HermeneuticsMal CouchKregel Publications / 1999 / Trade Paperback$18.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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To Each Its Own MeaningWestminster John Knox Press / 1999 / Trade Paperback$28.80 Retail:
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Putting the Truth to Work: The Theory and Practice of Biblical ApplicationDaniel M. DorianiP & R Publishing / 2001 / Trade Paperback$13.99 Retail:
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The authors of this book have combined years of expertise and devotion to Scripture to provide a truly unique volume that sets forth concise, logical, practical guidelines for discovering the truth in God's Word. Ten years after its initial publication, the authors now have thoroughly updated it in light of the latest scholarship.
"This is a remarkably comprehensive study of the whole area of biblical interpretation. Thoroughly evangelical, it also interacts with nonevangelical interpretational stances. No other volume available on biblical interpretation does so much so well."- Douglas Stuart, Professor of Old Testament, Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
William W. Klein (PhD, Aberdeen) is professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary. He is author of The New Chosen People: A Corporate View of Election and a commentary on Ephesians in the Expositors Bible Commentary: Revised Edition and serves as both editor and co-author of Introduction to Biblical Interpretationwith Craig Blomberg and Robert Hubbard. Bill and his wife have two daughters and reside in Littleton, Colorado.
Craig L. Blomberg (PhD, Aberdeen) is distinguished professor of New Testament at Denver Seminary. He is the author, co-author, or co-editor of numerous books and more than 130 articles in journals or multi-author works. A recurring topic of interest in his writings is the historical reliability of the Scriptures. Craig and his wife Fran have two daughters and reside in Centennial, Colorado.
Robert L. Hubbard, Jr. (PhD, Claremont Graduate School) is emeritus professor of biblical literature at North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago, IL. He is author of several books, including The Book of Ruth: New International Commentary on the Old Testament and Joshua in the NIV Application Commentary series and co-author of Introduction to Biblical Interpretation with William Klein and Craig Blomberg. He and his wife Pam reside in Denver, CO.
South Brockton Frsqre Church5 Stars Out Of 5February 12, 2009South Brockton Frsqre ChurchThis book should be in any Pastor yearly reading list. It refreshs one knowledge in thorough interpretation of scriptures and contemporary application.
Steve Duby5 Stars Out Of 5July 4, 2008Steve DubyThis is a learned and thorough prescription for how Christians ought to approach Scripture. The authors are sensitive to pertinent issues in philosophy of language as well as the practical needs of Christian interpreters. There are strong insights on everything from the role of presuppositions in hermeneutics to the peculiar features of various biblical genres. I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in becoming a better exegete and/or defending the possibility of hearing from the God who speaks in the biblical text.