Greetings my fellow pilgrims. I'm trying to grow in my understanding of scripture, especially in a reformed theological context and I was hoping some of you more knowledgeable pilgrims could recommend a good book on proper hermeneutics?? Thanks in advance
Dockery describes Origen’s hermeneutical approach as threefold: He thought that Scripture had three different, yet complementary, meanings; (1) a literal or physical sense, (2) a moral or psychical sense, and (3) an allegorical or intellectual sense. The threefold sense was based upon his belief...
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I'm updating Gospel Worship by Burroughs (lots of requests for that). One of the things that is hitting me (again, having read this quite a few times), is twofold:
1. That unless we worship God as God requires, we don't worship God, and we have never sanctified his name. (This thought should...
Here a question that may generate some debate and one that may reflect our views of genealogies as it compares to the 6000 year age date of the Earth. It is not a question we should divide over, call each other liberals/fundamentalists, or worse heretics. Now for the question:
Did Noah live...
There's a thread here that's garnered some 2000 views, about a disagreement between two of the theologians that I most admire in this world. There is no end to the admiration that I have for these men, and I pray that they are able to resolve what I would consider to be a not unimportant, but...
The book is divided into five chapters (six if you count the 11 page introduction)
1. Word Study Fallacies
2. Grammatical Fallacies
3. Logical Fallacies
4. Presupposition and Historical fallacies
5. Concluding Remarks
I found the word study fallacies salutary and it has made me (even more)...