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Smith, Bob - Basics of Bible Interpretation
Bibliology (BibleDoctrine) Bible Interpretation Exegesis Hermeneutics Context Copyrighted
This is well written book with excellent guidelines on interpretation of figurative language and practical guidelines on how to utilize the original languages, Greek and Hebrew. The book also contains practical examples of making outlines and how to study the Bible.
This download includes both the refx file and a self-installing version. Inexperienced users should download the self installing .exe file for automatic installation.
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Table of Contents
PHASE 1: BACK TO BASICS
For everyone who wants to understand what God has said to man in his Word.
1. Words of Life
2. Is Anybody Listening?
3. The Goal of Bible Study
4. Interpretive Principles
5. The Interpretive Process
6. Bible Study Approaches
PHASE 2: FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE
A look at the fascinating world of metaphoric and symbolic language.
7. Figures of Speech
8. The Language of Analogy (especially Parables)
9. Allegories and Types
PHASE 3: BIBLICAL LANGUAGES
A bit of insight into the thought patterns of the Hebrew and Greek language behind our English text.
10. The Greeks Had a Word for It
11. Helps on Hebrew: What Every Bible Student Needs to Know About Hebrew (by David H. Roper)
PHASE 4: STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS
The final step: analyzing structure and summarizing in outline form.
12. Getting It All Together
INDEX to the APPENDIX and APPENDICES