About This Course
Biblical Hermeneutics is the multifaceted, informed, skilled, anointed study and application of Bible texts. In this course, we identify and draw from the full range of the numerous resources, skills, and tools for faithful, comprehensive, transformative Biblical Hermeneutics. All these teachable resources and tools for Bible study and application are intensely important both for any personal, grace-filled walk with the living God and also for every kind of Church leadership and Gospel ministry.
Dr. Paul de Vries (Ph.D. The University of Virginia)
Dr. Paul de Vries has tremendous academic background as a dean or associate dean of three Christian Schools (Wheaton College, Northern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Seminary of the East). He earned his Ph.D. and M.A. at the University of Virginia, specializing in applied ethics, critical thinking, and hermeneutics. He is the lead author of three books: The Taming of the Shrewd; Ethics Applied; and Business Ethics Applied.
Unit 1: Bible Engagement: Reading
Unit 2: Bible Context: Comprehending
Unit 3: Bible Semantics: Word studying
Unit 4: Bible Culture:Creating
Unit 5: Bible Genre: Developing
Unit 6: Bible Syntax: Patterning
Unit 7: Bible Application: Doing
Unit 8: Bible Study Synthesis: Incarnating Biblical Truth and Grace