Christian Hermeneutics: Dispelling the Myths

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WestBow Press, Aug 15, 2011 - Religion - 272 pages
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Confusion and misunderstanding exists in the area of biblical hermeneutics. Philosophical hermeneutics and the allegorical method of interpretation have worked havoc in biblical hermeneutics. Christian Hermeneutics: Dispelling The Myths was written because of the research gap that exists in biblical hermeneutics. Christian Hermeneutics: Dispelling The Myths presents the history, the practical skills, and the knowledge of effective biblical interpretation.
 

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Dr. Norman W. Mathers, Th.M.,M.A.,Ph.D., holds academic theological degrees Th.M. and Ph.D. His Master of Arts is in Humanities. He is a university professor and a seminary instructor who understands the current confusion that exists in the field of biblical interpretation. His Ph.D. in theology is in church history. Dr. Mathers lives in the southeastern United States.

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