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




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Relations between passages


5 Apr. Required: Poythress, Symphonic Theology

Recommended if you aren’t sure that you understand Silva and Carson:

Thiselton, “Semantics,” pp. 75-82, 85-88 in Marshall, NT Interpretation

Carson, Exegetical Fallacies 44-48

Barr, Semantics 206-238, 263-272 (words and concepts)

Optional: Silva, 101-135

Barr, Semantics 1-45, 107-140, 273-287
  1. Syntax


Optional: Pike, Linguistic Concepts 1-38.

Berkhof, Principles of Biblical Interpretation 82-99

Goetchius, Language of the New Testament, chap. 3 (linguistics of Greek)
  1. Large-scale organization


12 Apr. Optional: Poythress, “Propositional Relations,” in The NT Student and His Field.

Ryken, How to Read the Bible as Literature

Fee, How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth


2. Short analysis papers occur when we reach in the course outline:

III.E VI.A VII.C VIII.H IX.D X.C X.E

3. May 3, 2013. The biblical-theological paper, due at 10:00 a.m.

4. Final examination

NT 123 Hermeneutics: Bibliography

Vern S. Poythress


This bibliography contains a list of basic tools for biblical interpretation, textbooks on hermeneutics, and other articles and books relevant to hermeneutical theory and practice. The first few sections of the bibliography contain lists of the most important books which should form the core of a pastor’s library. The final section is a general bibliography.


CODE:


1 required purchase.

2 recommended purchase.

3 of general interest for students. Buy selectively.

4 more specialized. The well-equipped pastor’s library will have them.

5 necessary for advanced study. Be aware of them, but buy only as you have need.

6 for laypeople.

1. A minimal bibliography of basic tools

a. Computerized tools


Nowadays, if you have adequate computer capabilities, many of the tools below can be replaced to some extent by a Bible study program available on CD-ROM. The programs are available in various versions, depending on what capabilities you want and what you are willing to pay. If you decide to take this route, I recommend that you get a version with Greek and Hebrew texts, Greek and Hebrew lexicons, parsing, and search capabilities on parsed text.


Bible Windows. Silver Mountain Software.

Bible Works. Hermeneutika.

Logos Bible. Logos Research.

b. Bible study


1,6Kuhatschek, Jack, and Bunch, Cindy. How to Lead a LifeGuide Bible Study. 3d ed. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 2003. Inductive Bible study, especially in order to facilitate leading group discussion.

c. Background


2Currid, John D., and Barrett, David P. Crossway ESV Bible Atlas. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2010.

2,6Wood, D.R.W. Revision Ed. The New Bible Dictionary. Leicester/Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 1996. Ref. BS 440 .N4 1996.

d. Old Testament


2(Bagster). The Englishman’s Hebrew and Chaldee Concordance of the Old Testament. 5th ed. London: Bagster, 1963. Concordance to Hebrew and Aramaic words of the OT. But individual entries under a given word are from the KJV rather than the original. Ref. BS 1125 .W5 1890.

2(Bagster). A Handy Concordance of the Septuagint. London: Bagster, 1970. Actually only an index of Greek words. It lists verse numbers but gives no citations. This is unsatisfactory, but the alternative (Hatch-Redpath) is too expensive for the average pastor’s needs.

2(Bagster). The Septuagint Version of the Old Testament and Apocrypha with an English Translation. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1962. Make sure that you get the apocrypha included. No critical apparatus. Ref. BS 942 .B74 1972.

2Biblia Hebraica Stuttgartensia. Hebrew text with critical apparatus. Ref. BS 717 1977.

2Brown, Francis, S. R. Driver, and Charles A. Briggs. A Hebrew and English Lexicon of the Old Testament with an Appendix Containing the Biblical Aramaic. Oxford: Oxford University, 1953. A relatively inexpensive but detailed lexicon. For years it was the standard English lexicon of biblical Hebrew and Aramaic. Ref. PJ 4833 .B67 1953.

2Gesenius. Gesenius’ Hebrew Grammar as Edited and Enlarged by the Late E. Kautzsch. 2d English ed. Oxford: Oxford University, 1910. The standard Hebrew grammar. Ref. PJ 4564 .G513 1978.

3Rosenthal, Franz. A Grammar of Biblical Aramaic. Wiesbaden: Otto Harrassowitz, 1961.

e. New Testament


2(Bagster). The New Englishman’s Greek Concordance. South Pasadena: William Carey Library, 1972. Concordance of Greek words, but individual entries are given in KJV. Ref. BS 2341 .W65 1972.

2Bauer, Walter. A Greek-English Lexicon of the New Testament and Other Early Christian Literature. Rev. ed. F. W. Danker. 3d ed. Chicago: University of Chicago, 2000. The standard NT lexicon. Ref. PA 881 .B38 2000. (But the 2d edition is more reliable, if you can obtain it.)

2Burton, Ernest De Witt. Syntax of the Moods and Tenses in New Testament Greek. 3d ed. Edinburgh: T. & T. Clark, 1898. A clearly organized, accurate advanced grammar of verbal syntax. Ref. PA 857 .B8 1898b.

4Liddell, Henry George, Scott, Robert, and Jones, Henry Stuart. Eds. A Greek-English Lexicon. With Supplement 1968. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1968. This or some other general Greek lexicon is necessary to handle the full vocabulary of the LXX, Josephus, Philo, and other sources referred to by commentaries.

2Nestle, Eberhard et al. Novum Testamentum Graece. 27th ed. Stuttgart: Deutsche Bibelstiftung, 1994. Greek text with critical apparatus. Make sure that you get the 26th ed. or later.

2Wallace, Daniel B. Greek Grammar Beyond the Basics: An Exegetical Syntax of the New Testament. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1996. PA 851 .W34 1996. A clearly organized advanced grammar of syntax.

f. Topical analysis of the Bible


2Viening, Edward. Ed. The Zondervan Topical Bible. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1969. A slight revision of Nave’s Topical Bible. This is the best topical concordance. Ref. BS 432 .V5.

g. Biblical Theology


4Alexander, T. Desmond, Rosner, Brian S., Carson, D.A., and Goldsworthy, Graeme. Eds. The New Dictionary of Biblical Theology. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 2000.

4Beale, G.K., and Carson, D.A. Eds. Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament. Grand Rapids: Baker, 2007.

4Ryken, Leland, Wilhoit, James C., and Longman, Tremper, III. Eds. Dictionary of Biblical Imagery. Downers Grove, IL: InterVaristy, 1998.

4Vos, Geerhardus. Biblical Theology. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1948.

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