OLD TESTAMENT EXEGETICAL RESEACH PAPER ON ISAIAH 6:1-13
Presented to Dr. Richard Alan Fuhr Jr.
In Partial Fulfillment
of the Requirements for
Explain the difference between reader response and authorial intent.
The difference between authorial intent and reader response is that reader response
is up to the reader on how they want to interpret the text without any interference of
knowing the aut
Offer a definition of the terms "presuppositions/foundational beliefs" and
Presuppositions and foundational beliefs is a set of underlying assumptions of
preconceived ideas that one has developed.1 Expert linguists Grinder and Bandler
Question Number 2
Describe the difference between meaning and application.
Meaning refers to what the intention of the author to communicate though the
writing. Duvall and Hays tell us that meaning is tied to the author and will be the same for
Using the 9 items to consider when reading sentences as listed in chapter 3 of
Grasping God's Word (i.e., repetition of words, contrasts, comparisons, lists, cause
and effect, figures of speech, conjunctions, verbs, pronouns), list as many
The Science of Interpretation
Hermeneutics is the science of biblical interpretation.
Hermes was the Greek god who served as the messenger for the gods.
Hermes was responsible for interpreting the will of the gods.
Hermeneuein is the Greek ve
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ENGL 216 Course Syllabus
ENGLISH LITERATURE II
A survey of English Literature from 1660 to the present. Two critical papers are required.
The study of literature helps to fulfill the university aims of
GREK 202, Honors (3 Credit Hours)
Spring Semester 2015
Brian Scalise, Ph.D.
I. Course Description
An introduction to basic Greek forms, syntax, pronunciation and accent. Emphasis is
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BIBL 480- Hermeneutics
Dr. Richard Fuhr
Hermeneutics as an Art
As an art, hermeneutics provides a systematic method to fulfill the task of Bible study.
As an art, hermeneutics provides a process by which those principles may be
Interactive Writing Assignment
A Paper Presented to Dr. Fuhr for
By: Christian Smith
February 17th, 2013
When looking at the Bible and the many verses that this Book contains it is easy to
understand that some of these verses, if no
The Hermeneutical Triangle
Match the Basic Bible Study Principles
1. The Literal Principle:
a. Any method used for the study of the Bible must be based in sound principles of
communication. While most of the following principles are universal to all forms
Be able to list the 4 primary reasons why translations may differ from point to
Because no translation can be completely literal, all translations will employ a certain
degree of dynamic equivalency in the process of translation from the original l
Be able to list at least 5 "miscellaneous observations" or rhetorical techniques that we
should be looking for in doing basic discourse analysis (from the PowerPoints)
o Omission: Mt 15:8 -> Isa 29:13
o Substitution: Eph 6:2-3 -> Deut 5:16
o Extension: E
During this time allegorizing became apologetic in nature. Problem of relationship of Old
Testament with New Testament began early. They confused typology with allegorizing,
and Church authority became a tool for opposing heresies. All three me
GREEK WORDS FOR
The English word "hermeneutics" comes from the Greek verb "hermeneuo" and noun
"hermeneia." These words are ultimately sourced back to Hermes the Greek
mythological god who brought the messages of the gods to the mortals. He w
HIGHLIGHTS IN THE HISTORY
Why study the History of Bible Interpretation?
A. It is a "Warning" signal. It guards against errors.
B. It is a "Directional" signal.
C. It is an "Informational" signal.
ANCIENT JEWISH EXEGESIS
One of the earlies
DEFINITIONS OF HERMENEUTICS
AND RELATED TERMS
The science (principles) and art (task) by which the meaning of the biblical text is
determined [It is a science because it is guided by rules within a system; and it is an
art because the appl
Biblical hermeneutics is the study of the principles of interpretation concerning the books of the
Bible. It is part of the broader field of hermeneutics which involves the study of principles for the
text and includes all forms of communication: verbal a