Recommended Resources
Recommended Resources:

Basic Bible Interpretation
Roy B. Zuck
Isn't Bible interpretaion just for the experts? No, says Dr. Zuck -- it's essential for each Christian's understanding and application of Scripture. Discover the challenges, problems, key terms, and history of interpretation -- all in practical, down-to-earth language. Develop the skills you need to get the most out of your Bible study! (CBD)
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Biblical Interpretation Past & Present
Gerald Bray
Gerald Bray has written this comprehensive guide to the history of biblical interpretation out of the conviction that biblical interpretation and Christian doctrine go hand in hand. His account is history with a clear message.
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Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters
Donald K. McKim
From Abelard to Zwingli, the history of Christian biblical interpretation has been shaped by great thinkers who delved deeply into the structure and meaning of Christianity's sacred texts. With over two hundred in-depth articles, the Dictionary of Major Biblical Interpreters introduces readers to the principal players in that history: their historical and intellectual contexts, their primary works, their interpretive principles and their broader historical significance. In addition, six major essays offer an overview of the history of biblical interpretation from the second century to the present. (CBD)
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A Harmony of the Gospels
Robert L. Thomas and Stanley N. Gundry
This Harmony of the Gospels is introduced as a resource to encourage a deeper understanding of Jesus Christ, His life, death, and resurrection. This work provides a modern English translation of the gospels which is based on a more literal philosophy of translating the Greek text. (CBD)
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The Hermeneutical Spiral: A Comprehensive Introduction to Biblical Interpretation
Grant R. Osborne
Well-established as the standard evangelical work in the field since its first publication in 1991, The Hermeneutical Spiral has been updated to meet the needs of a new generation of students and pastors. General revisions have been made throughout, new chapters have been added on Old Testament law and the use of the Old Testament in the New. (CBD)
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Ebook: Logos

An Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics
Walter C. Kaiser Jr., Moises Silva
A standard text now updated! Fine-tuning their discussion, Kaiser and Silva have added four new chapters on controversial issues -- the roles of biblical theology and history in interpretation, dealing with contemporary questions not addressed in Scripture, and the New Testament's use of the Old Testament---to further enhance their balanced treatment of biblical hermeneutics. (CBD)
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Introduction to Biblical Interpretation
William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, and Robert L. Hubbard Jr.
Amended to reflect changes in the field of hermeneutics, this popular text provides a comprehensive overview of the science of explaining and exegeting Scripture. It scrutinizes literary, cultural, social, and historical issues; defines the role of the interpreter; establishes principles for understanding the function of literature; and considers modern life applications. (CBD)
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Ebook: Logos

Revelation: Four Views (A Parallel Commentary)
Steven Gregg
[This] is a comprehensice, even-handed resource that offers a clear, fair presentation of the four most important interpretations of the book, allowing you to evaluate and decide for yourself which view is most convincing. (CBD)
Book: Amazon (rev. ed./2012) | CBD (rev. ed./2012)
Ebook: Logos

A Student's Guide to Textual Criticism of the Bible: Its History, Methods and Results
Paul D. Wegner
This book introduces you to textual criticism of the whole Bible -- the Hebrew Old Testament and the Greek New Testament. In plain language and with illustration, Paul D. Wegner gives an overview of the history and methods, aims and results of textual criticism. (CBD)
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The Theory and Practice of Biblical Hermeneutics
H. Wayne House and Forrest S. Weiland
How to gain the meaning and application of a text is paramount for anyone dealing with written documents, be they legal documents, sacred documents, personal letters, poetry, or any kind of literature. Though the genre of writings varies, each must be interpreted according to established rules that govern the conveyance of information within the human community. This is especially true in reference to the Bible, which claims to be the very words of God to humanity. The different authors of Scripture sought to communicate messages from the Creator to their audiences within the temporal and cultural setting in which they wrote, and did so through prophetic pronouncements, historical accounts, wonderful poetry, and personal and ecclesial letters. (CBD)
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