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Interpreting the Bible. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1963. An evangelical textbook.

5Muller, Richard A. The Study of Theology: From Biblical Interpretation to Contemporary Formulation. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1991. On theological encyclopedia and the unity of the theological task. Worth looking at, but says too little about the feedback from world view, derived from systematic theology and ethics, into historical investigation. Also says nothing about the implications of divine authorship in making the Bible one book. BR 118 .M83 1991

6The Navigator Bible Studies Handbook. Colorado Springs: Navpress, 1979. Elementary, but explicit about lots of steps in disciplining oneself to methodical Bible study. BS 600.2 .N3 1979.

5Neill, Stephen C. The Interpretation of the New Testament, 1861-1961 … . London: Oxford, 1964.

5Osborne, Grant R. The Hermeneutical Spiral: A Comprehensive Introduction to Biblical Interpretation. Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity Press, 1991. A mainstream evangelical textbook. Most parts are easily readable, but some (e.g., on biblical theology and systematic theology) are more difficult. BS 476 .O79 1991.

5Owen, John. Συνεσις Πνευματικη: or, the Causes, Ways, and Means of Understanding the Mind of God as Revealed in His Word, with Assurance Therein; and a Declaration of the Perspecuity of the Scriptures, with the External Means of the Interpretation of Them. London, 1678. Works, IV. The work of the Holy Spirit in saving illumination. The necessity of godly character and prayer.

5Pike, Kenneth L., and Evelyn Pike. Grammatical Analysis. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1977.

5Pike, Kenneth L. Language in Relation to a Unified Theory of the Structure of Human Behavior. 2d ed. The Hague: Mouton, 1967. Foundations of Christian linguistics.

5Pike, Kenneth L. Linguistic Concepts: An Introduction to Tagmemics. Lincoln: University of Nebraska, 1982. Accessible, introductory text for Pike’s views of linguistics. But there is less use of triads than in his earlier Language.

4Piper, John. The Supremacy of God in Preaching. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1990. An excellent challenge to godliness and knowing God as the foundation for God-glorifying preaching.

5Poythress, Vern S. “Christ the Only Savior of Interpretation,” Westminster Theological Journal 50 (1988) 305-321.

4Poythress, Vern S. “The Church as Family: Why Male Leadership in the Family Requires Male Leadership in the Church.” In John Piper and Wayne Grudem, eds. Recovering Biblical Manhood and Womanhood: A Response to Evangelical Feminism. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 1991. Pp. 233-247.

5Poythress, Vern S. “Divine Meaning of Scripture,” Westminster Theological Journal 48 (1986) 241-279. Relation of divine and human authors.

5Poythress, Vern S. “A Framework for Discourse Analysis: The Components of a Discourse, from a Tagmemic Viewpoint,” Semiotica 38-3/4 (1982) 277-298. An outline of my own framework.

5Poythress, Vern S., and Grudem, Wayne A. The Gender-Neutral Bible Controversy: Muting the Masculinity of God’s Words. Nashville, TN: Broadman and Holman, 2000.

1Poythress, Vern S. God-Centered Biblical Interpretation. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1999.

5Poythress, Vern S. “God’s Lordship in Interpretation,” Westminster Theological Journal 50 (1988) 27-64.

5Poythress, Vern S. “Hierarchy in Discourse Analysis: A Revision of Tagmemics,” Semiotica 40-1/2 (1982) 107-137.

5Poythress, Vern S. In the Beginning Was the Word: Language--A God-Centered Approach. Wheaton, IL: Crossway, 2009.

3Poythress, Vern S. Philosophy, Science and the Sovereignty of God. Nutley, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1976. Multiperspective approach.

5Poythress, Vern S. "The Presence of God Qualifying Our Notions of Grammatical-Historical Interpretation," Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society 50/1 (2007) 87-103.

4Poythress, Vern S. “Propositional Relations,” in The New Testament Student and His Field, vol. 5. Ed. John H. Skilton and Curtiss A. Ladley. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1982. Pp. 159-212.

5Poythress, Vern S. Science and Hermeneutics: Implications of Scientific Method for Biblical Interpretation. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1988. Analogies between scientific revolutions according to Thomas Kuhn and frameworks for biblical interpretation.

5Poythress, Vern S. “Structuralism and Biblical Studies,” JETS 21 (1978) 221-237. An introduction to and evaluation of structuralism.

1Poythress, Vern S. Symphonic Theology: The Validity of Multiple Perspectives in Theology. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1987. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 2001.

1Poythress, Vern S. Understanding Dispensationalists. 2d ed. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1994.

5Pritchard, James B. The Harper Atlas of the Bible. New York: Harper & Row, 1987. G 2230 .H47 1987.

5Ramm, Bernard L., ed. Hermeneutics. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1971.

5Ramm, Bernard L. Protestant Biblical Interpretation: A Textbook of Hermeneutics. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1970. An evangelical textbook.

5Reumann, John. “Methods in Studying the Biblical Text Today,” Concordia Theological Monthly 40:10 (Nov., 1969) 655-681. A historical-critical view of the steps in sermon preparation.

5Robertson, Owen Palmer. “The Outlook for Biblical Theology,” in Toward a Theology for the Future. Ed. David F. Wells and Clark H. Pinnock. Carol Stream: Creation House, 1971.

5Robins, R. H. General Linguistics: An Introductory Survey. London: Longman, 1964.

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

4Ryken, Leland. How to Read the Bible as Literature. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1984. Good for stimulating your sensitivity to the texture of biblical communication.

4Ryken, Leland. The Word of God in English: Criteria for Excellence in Bible Translation. Wheaton: Crossway, 2002.

4Ryken, Leland. Words of Delight: A Literary Introduction to the Bible. Grand Rapids: Baker, 1987. BS 535 .R94 1987

5Ryrie, Charles C. Dispensationalism. Revised and Expanded. Chicago: Moody, 1995. An introduction to dispensationalism.

5Sauer, Erich. From Eternity to Eternity: An Outline of the Divine Purposes. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1954. Modified dispensationalism.

4Schlossberg, Herbert. Idols for Destruction: Christian Faith and Its Confrontation with American Society. Nashville, TN: Thomas Nelson, 1983. A penetrating critique of the idolatries of American society. Helpful in thinking through how to relate biblical teaching to the situations of your audience. HN 90 .M6 S34 1983.

5Scholer, David M. A Basic Bibliographic Guide for New Testament Exegesis. 2d ed. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1973.

3Silva, Moisés. Biblical Words and Their Meaning: An Introduction to Lexical Semantics. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1983. Rev. ed., 1994. A summary of some of the main contributions of a linguistic point of view to biblical interpretation.

5Silva, Moisés. God, Language, and Scripture: Reading the Bible in the Light of General Linguistics. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1990. BS 537 .B544 1990.

5Silva, Moisés. Has the Church Misread the Bible? The History of Interpretation in the Light of Current Issues. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1987.

1Silva, Moisés. “The Silva Mind-Control Method for Buying NT Commentaries without Losing Your Balance (Mental, Physical, or Fiscal).” WTS, typescript.

6Sproul, R. C. Knowing Scripture. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1977. Overarching principles affirming the clarity, relevance, and objectivity of Scriptural teaching.

5Stendahl, Krister. “Biblical Theology, Contemporary,” in The Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible. Ed. George A. Buttrick. 4 vols. New York/Nashville: Abingdon, 1962. I 418-432.

3,6Sterrett, T. Norton. How to Understand Your Bible. Rev. ed. Downers Grove: InterVarsity, 1974.

3Stott, John R. W. Between Two Worlds: The Art of Preaching in the Twentieth Century. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1982. Dual interface with the Bible and people’s lives in the contemporary world. BV 4211.2 .S8 1982

3Stuart, Douglas. Old Testament Exegesis: A Primer for Students and Pastors. Philadelphia: Westminster, 1980. An outline for sermon preparations with good accompanying bibliography. BS 1194 .S83.

5Tasker, R. V. G. The Old Testament in the New Testament. 2d ed. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1963.

5Terry, Milton S. Biblical Hermeneutics: A Treatise on the Interpretation of the Old and New Testaments. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1974. A nineteenth century hermeneutics textbook. Many weaknesses.

5Thiselton, Anthony C. New Horizons in Hermeneutics: The Theory and Practice of Transforming Biblical Reading. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1992. An advanced critical survey of modern interpretive theories.

5Thiselton, Anthony C. “Semantics and New Testament Interpretation,” in New Testament Interpretation. Ed. I. Howard Marshall. Exeter: Paternoster Press, 1977. Pp. 75-104. A survey of the bearing of twentieth century semantic theory on NT interpretation.

3,6Traina, Robert A. Methodical Bible Study: A New Approach to Hermeneutics. New York: Ganis and Harris, 1952. A precursor to discourse analysis.

5Trimp, C. Preaching and the History of Salvation: Continuing an Unfinished Discussion. Scarsdale, NY: Westminster Discount Book Service, 1996. A useful summary and critical evaluation of the controversy in Netherlands over redemptive-historical preaching. BV 4212 .T74513 1996.

2Van Til, Cornelius. An Introduction to Systematic Theology. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1974. Contains much excellent material on revelation, relevant for understanding the general context of biblical interpretation. BX 9225 .V371 I57

3Viening, Edward. Ed. The Zondervan Topical Bible. Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 1969. A slight revision of Nave’s Topical Bible. This is the best topical Bible. Ref. BS 432 .V5

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

3,6Wald, Oletta. The Joy of Discovery in Bible Study: In Bible Teaching. Minneapolis: Bible Banner, 1956. A pedagogically designed simplification of Traina.

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

5Waltke, Bruce K. “A Canonical Process Approach to the Psalms,” in Tradition and Testament: Essays in Honor of Charles Lee Feinberg. Ed. John S. Feinberg and Paul D. Feinberg. Chicago: Moody, 1981. Pp. 3-18. The relation of the immediate context to the whole of the canon.

5Waltke, Bruce K., and O’Connor, M. Introduction to Biblical Hebrew Syntax. Winona Lake, IN: Eisenbrauns, 1989.

5Werner, John. “Discourse Analysis of the Greek New Testament,” in The New Testament Student and His Field. Ed. John H. Skilton and Curtiss A. Ladley. Phillipsburg, NJ: Presbyterian and Reformed, 1982. Pp. 213-233.

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4Zens, Jon. “Building Up the Body: One Man or One Another?” Baptist Reformation Review 10 no. 2 (1981) 10-33.


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