Dr. David Prince argues that to rightly understand a biblical text, we must seek out the intent of both the human and Divine authors.
Should we take the spotlight off the Bible and instead focus on Jesus? Dr. David Prince writes that to properly preach the risen Christ, we must preach the whole Bible.
In his book Life in the Trinity: An Introduction to Theology with the Help of the Church Fathers, Donald Fairbairn evaluates and defends the interpretive methodology of the church fathers in a way that is
A.T. Robertson (1863-1934), famed Southern Baptist Theological Seminary scholar of New Testament Greek, wrote of his seminary colleague and father-in-law John Albert Broadus (1827-1895), “It has been my fortune to hear Beecher and Phillip Brooks,
1 Peter 1:10-12 is another pivotal text in this discussion of proper hermeneutics: Concerning this salvation, the prophets who prophesied about the grace that was to be yours searched and inquired carefully, inquiring what person
Where is the interpreter to learn proper hermeneutics? What is the authoritative source that teaches how to rightly handle the Scripture? Can we and should we follow the exegetical practices of the New Testament? Richard
The enlightenment mindset enthroned human reason and scientism as the objective adjudicator of truth claims. The enlightenment influence on biblical interpretation resulted in a need to eliminate, in principle, the supernatural authorship of God from
Following Jesus’ example and teaching, the apostles interpreted the meaning, significance, and application of the entire Bible in light of Jesus’ person and work. Their preaching was the preeminent display of this hermeneutical commitment. When