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Publication Date: 2017
This workbook accompanies the third edition of Introduction to Biblical Interpretation by William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, and Robert L. Hubbard Jr. Following the textbooks structure, it offers readings, activities, and exercises designed to teach students how to understand and apply the Bible.
This workbook gives students a chance to get hands-on experience in interpreting biblical texts as they are guided along by insightful questions and pointers from the authors. Ultimately the workbook is designed to get students interacting with the content of the textbook and with the biblical text in a way that helps reinforce classroom learning, while at the same time giving both student and instructor a way to gauge how well the student is learning the material from the textbook.
The third edition of a classic hermeneutics textbook sets forth concise, logical, and practical guidelines for discovering the truth in Gods Word. A valuable tool for readers who desire to understand and apply the Bible, this text:
- Defines and describes hermeneutics, the science of biblical interpretation
- Suggests effective methods to understand the meaning of the biblical text
- Surveys the literary, cultural, social, and historical issues that impact any text
- Evaluates both traditional and modern approaches to Bible interpretation
- Examines the readers role as an interpreter of the text and helps identify what the reader brings to the text that could distort its message
- Tackles the problem of how to apply the Bible in valid and significant ways today
- Provides an extensive and revised annotated list of books that readers will find helpful in the practice of biblical interpretation
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.
RaySeowPenang, MalaysiaAge: 55-65Gender: male3 Stars Out Of 5Introduction to Biblical Interpretation Workbook By: William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, Robert L. Hubbard Jr.September 12, 2017RaySeowPenang, MalaysiaAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 3Value: 3Meets Expectations: 3I am a retired teacher. As a teacher, I strongly believe answers are very important for self-learning students. This workbook is no doubt a great companion to the corresponding textbook, however, it lacks the answers for some questions. Many questions can be answered by /reading/referring the textbook. However, I have difficulties when the question says make 25 observations on a passage, and I can only make 10. What are the others I have missed? If answers are provided, I will learn how to make other observations. Sincerely hope a solution guide would be available for free in near future.
Jimmy ReaganLeesville, SCAge: 45-54Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Great resource!August 18, 2017Jimmy ReaganLeesville, SCAge: 45-54Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Ive already gone on record giving Introduction to Biblical Interpretation (3rd ed.) a high rating. Now the publishers have prepared an outstanding workbook to go along with that fine textbook by Klein, Blomberg, and Hubbard for those taking a hermeneutics class. As the cover states, a combination of study questions, practical exercises, and lab reports make this workbook the perfect complement to those using the textbook.
The workbook is flexible in that you wouldnt have to do every exercise listed. Teachers can pick those they feel most appropriate. Some exercises are merely a template where the passage suggested could be substituted by the instructor for another passage.
This workbook increases the value of the already excellent textbook. I predict a wide usage of textbook and workbook and warmly recommend both.
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