How to Study the Bible's Use of the Bible How to Study the Bible's Use of the Bible

How to Study the Bible's Use of the Bible

Seven Hermeneutical Choices for the Old and New Testaments

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How to Study the Bible's Use of the Bible: Seven Hermeneutical Choices for the Old and New Testaments by Gary Edward Schnittjer and Matthew S. Harmon is an essential resource aimed at teaching a hermeneutic for understanding the Bible's use of the Bible. Intended for students of both testaments, the book's innovative approach demonstrates how the Old Testament use of Scripture provides resources for the New Testament authors' use of Scripture. The authors provide students with a clear approach to handling the Bible's use of itself through seven key hermeneutical choices organized into individual chapters. Each chapter introduces a hermeneutical choice and then provides several examples of the Old Testament use of Old Testament and the New Testament use of Old Testament. The plentiful examples model for students the need to ground hermeneutics in biblical evidence and provide insight into understanding why the Bible's use of the Bible is important.

GENRE
Religion & Spirituality
AVAILABLE
2024
8 October
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Zondervan Academic

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