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  • Author: Dr. Craig Keener
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Download Keener, Craig - Biblical Interpretation: A Course In Hermeneutics

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Bible Interpretation Context Exegesis Hermeneutics Greek Hebrew Methodology Copyrighted

Dr. Craig Keener

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From the Preface:
Many ideas in the genre parts of this manual closely follow Gordon Fee and Douglas Stuart’s How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth (Zondervan); I am especially indebted to their work on psalms and epistles. Most of the rest, however, began especially from inductively grappling with the Bible itself over many years, and then with the ancient sources that reveal the world of the Bible.

The “background” illustrations can be found in much greater detail in Craig Keener’s (i.e., my) IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament (Downers Grove, IL: InterVarsity, 1993, with about a quarter of a million in print).

Dr. Craig Keener

Copyright 1995 by Dr. Craig Keener. All Rights Reserved. Used with permission

Hi Craig,

Thank you for this work, as this will  be a very important part of my studies in Hermeneutics.


I don't know if you have heard and/or read the book, "Hermeneutics, Principles and Processors of Biblical Interpretation," By Henry A. Virkler and Karelynne Gerber Ayayo; published by Baker Academic.


In my study of hermeneutics I found this book to be exceptionally helpful and have recommended it to many Bible College students, and undergraduate University students majoring in theology. The one great thing about this book that I really liked is that its more of a workbook in where it gives exegetical  exercises to interpret Scripture.


I would like to recommend this book for you to add in your armory (errr, library) for your own continuing studies (and perhaps research).



Stephen (Php 1:21).

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