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This is not a collection of subjective, theoretical essays on the science of interpretation; rather, these essays target issues of practical–and sometimes critical–concern to Evangelicals, Pentecostals, and anyone interested in letting the Bible speak to today's situation. Fee brings to the task what he himself advocates: common sense and dedication to Scripture. Readers already familiar with some of these essays, like "Hermeneutics and Common Sense: An Exploratory Essay on the Hermeneutics of the Epistles," will welcome its reappearance. Others will appreciate the challenge of essays such as "The Great Watershed–Intentionality and Particularity/Eternality: 1 Timothy 2:8-15 as a Test Case"–an essay defending the role of women in ministry–or "Hermeneutics and Historical Precedent–A Major Issue in Pentecostal Hermeneutics." Anyone wanting to wrestle with key issues in New Testament interpretation will want to read this book.
Publisher:Baker Academic (October 1, 1991)
Publication date:October 1, 1991
File size:2169 KB
Print length:162 pages