B. Historical-critical method Optional: Marshall, New Testament Interpretation 11-18 (modern exegesis) C. Modern situationist and subjectivist hermeneutics




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NT 123 Hermeneutics

I.  A.  Summary of Course Responsibilities

spring, 2013

Various reading assignments accompany the different sections of the course outline, as follows:
  1. Foundations of biblical interpretation


8 Feb. Required: Poythress, God-Centered Biblical Interpretation

Berkhof, Principles of Biblical Interpretation 11-39 (history of interpretation)

Optional: Berkhof, Principles of Biblical Interpretation 40-60 (inspiration)

Van Til, An Introduction to Systematic Theology 62-158, especially 110-145.
  1. Basic steps in biblical interpretation


15 Feb. Required: Kuhatschek, How to Lead, chaps. 6-7 (basics of interpretation)

Optional: Kuhatschek, How to Lead, chaps. 3-5

Clowney, CM: Christian Meditation.
  1. Application


15 Feb. Required: Allen, The Spontaneous Expansion chaps. 2,4,5 (hidden agenda in church)

Optional: Stott, Between Two Worlds.

Herbert Schlossberg, Idols for Destruction.

Conn, “Theological Education,” WTJ 41 (1978-79) 324-63.

Zens, “Building Up the Body” Baptist Reformation Rev. 10/2 (1981) 10-33.
  1. Historical and cultural background


22 Feb. Required: acquaint yourself with Longman, Old Testament Commentary Survey, and Carson, New Testament Commentary Survey.

Berkhof, Principles of Biblical Interpretation 113-132.
  1. Historical purposes

A. Time and history


1 Mar. Required: Dodd, According to the Scriptures, chaps. 1-2 (pp. 11-60) (NT use of the OT)

1 Mar. Dodd, chaps. 3-5 (pp. 61-138)

1 Mar. E. Earle Ellis, "How the New Testament Uses the Old," in Marshall, ed., New Testament Interpretation, pp. 209-214 (only the last section of the total article)

1 Mar. Greidanus, Sola Scriptura (skim) (redemptive-historical preaching)

Optional: Poythress, “Divine Meaning of Scripture,” WTJ 48 (1986) 241-79

Clowney, Preaching and Biblical Theology 15-17

Clowney, The Unfolding Mystery

Berkhof, Principles of Biblical Interpretation 133-166

Waltke, “A Canonical Process Approach to the Psalms”

Vos, Biblical Theology

Trimp, Preaching

B. Historical-critical method


Optional: Marshall, New Testament Interpretation 11-18 (modern exegesis)

C. Modern situationist and subjectivist hermeneutics

D. Dispensationalism


8 Mar. Required: Poythress, Understanding Dispensationalists

Ryrie, Dispensationalism, chap. 5 (79-95)

Optional: Allis, Prophecy and the Church, chap. 2 (dispensational hermeneutics)

Fairbairn, Interpretation of Prophecy

Blaising and Bock, Progressive Dispensationalism

E. Typology


15 Mar. Required: Clowney, Preaching and Biblical Theology, 98-112

Vos, Biblical Theology, the part of chap. 8 on typology, 161-172 (1948) or 143-155 (1975)
  1. Words


22 Mar. Required: Silva, Biblical Words 17-32, 138-59 (lexical semantics)

Carson, Exegetical Fallacies 26-32 (2d ed. 28-33)

Optional: Carson, Exegetical Fallacies 32-90 (2d ed. 33-86)

Pike, Linguistic Concepts 40-65 (CVD)
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