Hermeneutics | Interpretation

Learning From Ancient Exegesis

I am grateful to the Evangelical Homiletics Society for their kind permission to place on-line the following article, which explains what we can learn from examples of ancient exegesis of the biblical text: Timothy J. Ralston, “‘Back to the Future’: Classical Categories of Exegesis, Application and Authority for Preaching and Spiritual Formation,” Journal of the…

Archaeology | Biblical Studies Carnival | New Testament | Old Testament | Septuagint | Textual Criticism

Biblical Studies Carnival – August 2014

Welcome to the August Biblical Studies Carnival! This is the first Biblical Studies Carnival I have ever hosted. I have learnt a great deal from the experience and hope that you enjoy reading the post. Old Testament Scot McKnight has an interesting discussion of how Christian theologians in the 1800s used the idea of “Pre-Adamites”…

Journals

“The Pentecostal Educator” now on-line

The World Alliance for Pentecostal Theological Education (WAPTE) have just published the first issue of their new open access e-journal, The Pentecostal Educator. They offer a pdf of the complete issue on their website and have very kindly allowed me to host pdfs of individual articles and a table on contents on biblicalstudies.org.uk here. According to the editorial…