Interpreting the Bible: A Handbook of Terms and Methods

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Hendrickson Publishers, 2006 - Religion - 482 pages
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This title contains an extended glossary clarifying approximately 50 methods of biblical interpretation along with the terminology they employ. It clarifies the fundamental role of methodology in the interpretive process and provides readers with an accessible resource for understanding the complex vocabulary that accompanies serious biblical studies. It highlights how different interpretive approaches can affect our understanding of the biblical texts and is ideal for students, ministers and scholars.

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User Review  - Shirley Young -

Although it was not what I had anticipated, it has served a purpose for the work I do in ministry. I know at some point and time I must consider purchasing the complete set of Interpretive Bible as it will greatly support my writing. Read full review

User Review  - Dr Paige-patric Samuels -

It proves an excellent aid in helping students of biblical literature to unmine the depth of phrases and terminologies employed in Biblical literature.Its format is well laid out, and the definition are clear and concise. A brilliant magnus opus. Read full review

About the author (2006)

W. Randolph Tate (PhD, Florida State University) is professor emeritus of humanities at Evangel University in Springfield, Missouri, where taught for twenty-seven years. He is the author of several books, including "Biblical Interpretation: An Integrated Approach", 3rd ed.

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