A social media post simply stating: “Bible silence does not permit, it prohibits,” has received over 250 comments and over 100 shares. It is clear from many of those comments that either the post or the principle is badly misunderstood by a lot of people. In this episode of Bible Q-n-A, we’re going to take […]
The only reason I used the word hermeneutics in the title of this post is that John (aka @atomicglue) started our conversation by referring to proper hermeneutics. Well, this is what proper hermeneutics looks like.
We’re resuming our Thursday morning class at Northside with a continuation of “How to Study the Bible.” Today’s class continues lesson 3: Learning to Think Contextually. Download this lesson here.
Fuhr and Köstenberger offer a hermeneutically sensitive, step-by-step approach to inductive Bible study that will bring insight and practical benefit to many who endeavor to know God through the depths and riches of his Word, the Bible. Inductive Bible Study is an ideal textbook for courses in biblical interpretation, and for anyone who desires to […]