How to understand and apply the Bible / J. Robertson McQuilkin. [print]

By: Material type: TextTextPublication details: [Columbia, South Carolina] : Columbia Bible College, (c)1980.Description: 202 pages : illustrations ; 28 cmContent type:
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Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • BS476.H698 1980
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Contents:
Supernatural in Character Natural in Character.
Jewish Interpreters and Church Fathers Contemporary "Spiritualizers" ; Is There More Than One Meaning?.
The Rationalists The Existentialists The Cultural Relativists.
Context of the Author Truth of Scripture Scripture Must Be Interpreted As True In All Its Parts The Unity of All Its Parts Must Be Sought The Authority of the Bible The Purpose of Divine Revelation The Goal of Biblical Study Extent of Authority Limitations on the Other Principles of Interpretation Implied by the Principle of Authority Prerequisites for Interpreting Scripture Regeneration Faith and Obedience Prayer Humility.
Since the Bible was written by human beings, it must be treated as any other human communication in determining the meaning intended by the author.
Implication of this principle: Seeking the Natural Meaning.
Since Scripture is God-breathed and true in all its parts, the unity of its teaching must be sought and its supernatural elements recognized and understood.
Since Scripture is God-breathed, it is absolute in its authority for doctrine and life.
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Cover title.

Section One: Presuppositions

Chapter 1. Presuppositions About Interpreting the Old Testament held by Christ and the Apostles

Chapter 2. Supernaturalistic Approaches

Chapter 3. Naturalistic Approach

Chapter 4. Dogmatic Approaches

Chapter 5. Summary of New Testament Presuppositions

Section Two: Principles

Chapter 6. Summary of the Basic Principles Required by the Presuppositions Scripture Holds About Itself

Section Three: Guidelines and Skills

Part One: Human Authorship

Introduction:

Chapter 7. Introduction: Seek the Natural Meaning

Chapter 8. Base study on the historical, physical, and cultural setting of the passage

Chapter 9. Words

Chapter 10. Thought Structure

Chapter 11. Immediate Context: Passage as a Whole, Book As a Whole

Chapter 12. Special Types of Language

Chapter 13. Understanding Parables

Chapter 14. Understanding Hebrew Poetry

Part Two: Divine Authorship

Chapter 15. Unity

Chapter 16. Doing Topical Studies and Building a Systematic Theology

Chapter 17. Facing Problems in Scripture

Chapter 18: Understanding Prophecy

Part Three: Divine Authorship

Chapter 19. Guidleliness for Identifying the Recipient

Chapter 20. Response

Includes bibliographical references.

Supernatural in Character Natural in Character.

Jewish Interpreters and Church Fathers Contemporary "Spiritualizers" ; Is There More Than One Meaning?.

The Rationalists The Existentialists The Cultural Relativists.

Context of the Author Truth of Scripture Scripture Must Be Interpreted As True In All Its Parts The Unity of All Its Parts Must Be Sought The Authority of the Bible The Purpose of Divine Revelation The Goal of Biblical Study Extent of Authority Limitations on the Other Principles of Interpretation Implied by the Principle of Authority Prerequisites for Interpreting Scripture Regeneration Faith and Obedience Prayer Humility.

Since the Bible was written by human beings, it must be treated as any other human communication in determining the meaning intended by the author.

Implication of this principle: Seeking the Natural Meaning.

Since Scripture is God-breathed and true in all its parts, the unity of its teaching must be sought and its supernatural elements recognized and understood.

Since Scripture is God-breathed, it is absolute in its authority for doctrine and life.

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