J. Edwin HartillZondervan / 2007 / Trade PaperbackOur Price$16.494.5 out of 5 stars for Principles of Biblical Hermeneutics. View reviews of this product. 7 Reviews
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Dr. RobertFloridaAge: Over 65Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5MUST Have for Your Biblical Library - from New Believer to SeminaryMay 20, 2021Dr. RobertFloridaAge: Over 65Gender: MaleMeets Expectations: 5Fascinating - first printing was 1947, I own a copy from 1968. Basically, unchanged all this time. Yes, Holy Spirit anointed! Yes, this book on Biblical interpretation is very much needed in the church today. Organized, logical and practical. A UNIQUE take on a Bible based "Book of Lists". Highly recommended!
nate4 Stars Out Of 5Great InformationApril 1, 2021nateQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4Great content but a little difficult to read in outline formation. The ideas and concepts are clear however, in most cases seem to be abbrevated.
ZacharyPittsburghAge: 35-44Gender: Male5 Stars Out Of 5A must read bookSeptember 8, 2020ZacharyPittsburghAge: 35-44Gender: MaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book on Biblical interpretation, hermeneutics, is very much needed in the church today. After reading this book you'll know how to rightly divide the Scriptures!
KarlGlendale, AZAge: 55-65Gender: male2 Stars Out Of 5Starting from a False PremiseApril 2, 2020KarlGlendale, AZAge: 55-65Gender: maleQuality: 4Value: 3Meets Expectations: 5I bought the book as part of my research knowing full well it was coming from a dispensational world view. Would I recommend it to someone? No, not for instruction. It does make a great resource for examining this particular view however. The layout was done well and the book more than meets my expectations for what it was needed. Its premise of two covenants lays a foundation that leads to false conclusions. This idea of two peoples of God is not biblical. Dispensationalism is more a covenant theology than a hermeneutic on end-times. Presenting an earthly people, the Jews and a heavenly people, the church; of which the two shall never meet leads to two patterns of salvation and blurs the meaning of the cross along with the whole purpose of salvation history which culminates into the final battle between the kingdom of darkness and the kingdom of light. This view prevents the blessings for the church from chapters 4 thru 22 because it places those events all future and post rapture of the church, with application only for the Jews. Too bad this late theology to the Christian Church does more to cloud the Bible's meaning than it does to clarify it.
Elizabeth5 Stars Out Of 5Principles of Biblical HermeneuticsMay 18, 2019ElizabethThis book has been helpful in my studies for my doctorate in biblical studies and christian education. Every clergy personalize should make this book part of their library.