Great Confusion over Terminology and Practice Overview Much confusion exists in evangelical circles regarding grammatico-historical and historical-critical approaches to exegesis. These two hermeneutical disciplines are
v Warning Excursion “AS THE THEOLOGICAL SEMINARIES GO, SO GOES THE CHURCH”—J. Gresham Machen—The Christian Faith in the Modern World, p. 65 First, let’s take
F. David Farnell Senior Professor of NT at the Master’s Seminary Isaiah 40:8 Updated American Standard Version (UASV) 8 The grass withers, the flower fades, but
How many hours, days, weeks, years have we spent in evangelizing others, so as to get the feel of the people? Not to boast, but this author has well over 34 years of doing that. Here is what he has found after talking with literally thousands upon thousands.
The Enlightenment and its spawning of historical-critical methodologies—particularly that aspect of the system called “Source Criticism”—marked the beginning of the end of the priority of the Gospel of Matthew.
You have a critical body that has formulated an opinion of the Bible, especially prophetic books, long before they have ever looked into the evidence. The liberal critical scholar is …