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  • Author: J. Edwin Hartil
  • e-Sword Version: 9.x - 10.x
  • Suggest New Tag:: Hemeneutics, Dispensational

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Author:
J. Edwin Hartil

e-Sword Version:
9.x - 10.x

Suggest New Tag::
Hemeneutics, Dispensational


J. Edwin Hartill was professor of Bible at Northwestern College for almost four decades, from 1944 until his death in 1981. Over the years he taught Doctrine, Old and New Testament Survey, Biblical Hermeneutics, Pre- and Post-Exile Prophets, Minor Prophets, Daniel, Revelation and many other book studies. Dr. Hartill was the host of "Bible Nuggets" which aired for 32 years on Northwestern Radio and other stations around the country. He also spoke at summer conferences and ministered throughout the United States.



Table of Contents

1. The Bible and the Bible Student

2. The Dispensational Principle

3. The Covenantal Principle

4. The Ethnic Division Principle

5. The Discrimination Principle

6. The Predictive Principle

7. The Application Principle

8. The Typical Principle

9. The Principle of Human Willingness in Illumination

10. The First Mention Principle

11. The Progressive Mention Principle

12. The Full Mention Principle

13. The Context Principle

14. The Agreement Principle

15. The Direct Statement Principle

16. The Gap Principle

17. The Three-fold Principle

18. The Election Principle

19. The Repetition Principle

20. The Synthetic Principle

21. The Principle of Illustrative Mention

22. The Double Reference Principle

23. The Christo-Centric Principle

24. The Numerical Principle



You should read this resource through for ocr type errors. For example

 

7. Man could not meet these needs in his own strength.

(a) God knows that man could not get right with Cod, so God laid the foundation for this remedy in the cross.
(B) Cod knows that man is too sinful and weak to live aright, so He bestowed upon us the Holy Spirit, and has given Jesus Christ a place in heaven as our intercessor and advocate.
(e) Cod knows that man cannot get out of the grave, nor give himself a new body, so Cod provided the resurrection; or rejuvenation, as the case may be.

 

This Review is about the contents for the title, Principles of Biblical Hermeneutics by J. Edwin Hartill.

 

5 Stars!

 

Several years ago, I mentored a man in the ministry using this book. At the time, I thought how great it would be to make a module of this work (it is public domain). But when I started thinking about how to scan and organize it, the amount of work I deemed it would take to turn it into a module was more than I wanted to tackle - and I've tackled some pretty big projects. And now, lo and behold, here it is!

 

I have 8 works on hermeneutics/bible study listed at my site (if interested, you can see them here). The contents of this module by Hartill surpasses them all. I'm not sure about the number of Bible Study modules available here at BibSup (speaking specifically of the area of hermeneutics), but I would suggest that if it is not immediately the best work available, it certainly is among them.

 

Every student of the Bible who really wants to understand what the Bible says could read this work with great profit.

 

Thank you so much, Chosen, for making this work available to the universal e-Sword library!

Regardless of the minor errors, 'Cod instead of God', etc. in places:
7. Man could not meet these needs in his own strength.
(a) God knows that man could not get right with Cod, so God laid the foundation for this remedy in the cross.
( B) Cod knows that man is too sinful and weak to live aright, so He bestowed upon us the Holy Spirit, and has given Jesus Christ a place in heaven as our intercessor and advocate.
(e) Cod knows that man cannot get out of the grave, nor give himself a new body, so Cod provided the resurrection; or rejuvenation, as the case may be.

It's easy to see why the creator and DoctorDave value this text so highly.

This was a LOT of work! Thank You so much for this excellent volume!

Be Blessed, lg
Personally, I welcome minor imperfect modules. The way I see it, I would rather have an imperfect one than none at all. What I have found out working with badly damaged OCR text, for the majority of the typos, there are patterns to them and most of them can be fixed with multiple find patterns. Yet if there is too broad a range of typos, its harder to recover the original without reading each and every word while having an image or book to compare...this usually means we won't ever see that module...since people don't understand the amount of time even an ideal source text can take. I haven't look at this module yet but I am glad to see new modules come out and hope module builders won't be deterred if a few typos sneak through. JMO.

You should read this resource through for ocr type errors. For example

 

Hi,

 

My module was made originally for theWord program, because for me to make a module was easier for theWord than e-Sword.

As you pointed out, there was the need to proofread and correct the text, I agree.

 

It took about 3 months to correct the text and format its outlined paragraph on the zero base on the MS WORD. Sometimes several hours a day.

I am merely an average user and did almost my best to correct the text and to adjust the paragraph format by simply using "space."

It was about two years ago. 

 

I wanted to improve the text later, but I don't have had enough time to do so far.

I do not have any significant trouble to use TheWord module in the present state.

 

Last week one member of this community saw my post of asking the original uneditable pdf of this book to be editable by means of the best OCR program, and asked me to send the pdf file. I have found My link is broken now. I promised that I would upload on this site within a week its e-Sword module that I did not have.

That's the story.

 

I got to know this book about 40 years ago and have gotten much benefit for bible study. As I have enjoyed this imcomplete module, others will, I think. 

I don't know when this module will be completely done. I have decided to upload. It was converted from theWord module last week and due to some problems of the ToolTip Tool NT on Korean Windows 10 version, the result is not so good.

 

Thanks for good comments, everybody.

 

Ockhyun


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