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Start Date

20-9-2022 4:15 PM

End Date

20-9-2022 5:15 PM

Keywords

2022 theological symposium, interpretation, biblical, inerrancy, hermeneutics

Description

Before parishioners can profitably deal with and understand the Scriptures in real depth, they must have some acquaintance with basic principles for interpreting those writings. Dr. James W. Voelz recently completed a manuscript, entitled “Principles of Biblical Interpretation for Everyone,” that is designed to do just that. Not simply a reworking or a simplifying of What Does This Mean?: Principles of Biblical Interpretation for the Post-Modern World (a seminary-level hermeneutics textbook), this is a completely new effort, written from the ground up, designed to entice laypeople to delve into the riches the Scriptures and to begin to interpret them “for all they are worth.” In this session, Voelz will describe the scope of this project and the unique set-up of the book, and together with the participants, will take a detailed look at one of the chapters.

Submission Type

Bible Study; Lecture; Sermon Prep

Scripture References in this Resource (separated by semi-colons)

1 Chronicles 11:25; Mark 15:38; Exodus 20:3; Leviticus 27:30-32; Galatians 6:11; 2nd Corinthians 13:2-3; Luke 22:20; Luke 11:2; John 3:16; Matthew 27:53; Mark 13:30; Mark 15:38; Mark 14:22; Mark 14:24; Luke 8:11;

Submission Audience

Laity; Ministers; Scholars

Submission Cost

Free

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Sep 20th, 4:15 PM Sep 20th, 5:15 PM

Teaching Principles of Biblical Interpretation in the Parish

Before parishioners can profitably deal with and understand the Scriptures in real depth, they must have some acquaintance with basic principles for interpreting those writings. Dr. James W. Voelz recently completed a manuscript, entitled “Principles of Biblical Interpretation for Everyone,” that is designed to do just that. Not simply a reworking or a simplifying of What Does This Mean?: Principles of Biblical Interpretation for the Post-Modern World (a seminary-level hermeneutics textbook), this is a completely new effort, written from the ground up, designed to entice laypeople to delve into the riches the Scriptures and to begin to interpret them “for all they are worth.” In this session, Voelz will describe the scope of this project and the unique set-up of the book, and together with the participants, will take a detailed look at one of the chapters.