An Introduction to Classical Evangelical Hermeneutics: A Guide to the History and Practice of Biblical Interpretation

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Words…grammar…syntax…context—all of these elements form the basis for hermeneutics, the principles and practice of interpreting works of literature. Here is a set of written tools and guidelines for an accurate interpretation and understanding of Scripture. Topics covered include: A history of interpretation and the various hermeneutical traditions in Christian history; An examination of dispensational hermeneutics in the early church; The importance of the doctrine of inerrancy in Bible interpretation; and Understanding symbols and types in biblical prophecy.

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Author: Mal Couch

Publisher: Kregel, 2000

ISBN: 97808025423673

Binding: Paperback

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Weight 1.52 lbs

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