Question how does one learn to do proper hermenuctics?

Question how does one learn to do proper hermenuctics?
Michael Hobbs | PentecostalTheology.com

Question how does one learn to do proper hermenuctics?

28 Comments

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Jeffrey Harper

    Here is a teaching series on hermeneutics from the Master’s seminary.
    https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4sbg6ng23C7dShc85IESn2DtaLUO2wGH

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Michael Hobbs

    Thank you ?

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Jake Evans

    Audiences relevance

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Christian Montana Halkides

    Not listening to Calvinist lol

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Carl Martin

    Todd friel has a good series called drive by hermeneutics.

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Charles Baldini

    Read understanding and applying the Bible

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Andrew Westerhof

    One rule of thumb is to not interpret the meaning of a passage in isolation, but rather read 20 verses before and 20 verses after to establish the context. This often includes reading the previous or following chapter. Also look for other cross references from elsewhere in scripture to help establish a correct interpretation.

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    David Barnes

    Michael Hobbs first of all, an understanding that the plenary does not contain any contradictions James 1:25. Then know that context is everything; sometimes the context is not immediate and can come from other books or anther covenant Romans 25:4. Also know that the scriptures were written for us to understand; apply the same hermeneutics to scripture as you do in your everyday reading.

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Mark Fonner

    You cannot learn true Hermanutics by watching Youtube videos. Smh. Pick up a book. Get involved in a good seminary and study.

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Jeremy Belter

    Michael Hobbs Just understand that two opposing teachings of same passage and doctrine cannot both be correct. That should keep.you busy for a lifetime. Also know Greek and Hebrew Fluently

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Billy Detzel

    OIA
    Observation—What does the text say.
    Interpretation—What does the text mean in it’s original context to its original audience.
    Application—How should I live in light of what I’ve learned.

    The meaning of a passage is always static. There is only one meaning for any verse of Scripture.

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Billy Detzel

    Here’s an excellent book on hermeneutics.

    Basic Bible Interpretation https://www.amazon.com/dp/0781438772/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ArvAEbG3ECJFH

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Deborah Susan Jurgensen

    Is that like a harmonica?

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Vic Clement

    Start by reading “Playing with Fire” by Walt Russell

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Kyle Loftis

    “Herman who” by Todd Friel is really good

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Chester Higgs

    why would you want to do hermenuctics?

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Jeremy Brown

    Scripture should interpret Scripture first and foremost

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Randall Zeke Cash

    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 of interpretation for all forms of communication, nonverbal and verbal.

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Rommel Licop Valdez

    Is Jesus Christ being the Great Teacher used hermeneutics?

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Alberto F. Gonzalez

    Step One is being able to pronounce hermeneutics without sounding like you have a cold

  • Reply March 11, 2020

    Frankie Torres

    I would say four fundamentals for proper hermeneutics: language, culture, geography and epoch.

  • Reply March 12, 2020

    Ian Grant Spong

    Ask 3 questions:

    1. What did it mean then? (context, language studies, lexicon, cultural studies, doctrinal studies, historical studies)

    2. What does it mean now? (having the Holy Spirit to teach us, spirit not letter of the law, understanding the covenants, learning the difference between essentials and non-essentials, knowing basic theology, knowing the creeds, after the resurrection)

    3. How do we apply it today? (avoiding new legalism, avoiding vain traditions, wisdom, discernment, prayer, experience, lifelong study of the Bible, multitude of counsel, the cross we carry)

  • Reply March 12, 2020

    Romualdo Venturanza

    Hermeneutics require theologians and scholars to instruct the believer for the proper study and interpretation. This is necessary for pastors who prepares his sermon and when the pastor is doing the counselling. Laymen can get online courses if they want to engage in arguments with the other differing teachings or religion. But we can make our own interpretations because most of the texts are clear and simple. It’s when we quote verses out of context that makes it all wrong.

  • Reply March 12, 2020

    David Marmolejo

    Look up Herman who by wretched

  • Reply March 12, 2020

    Patrick Boren

    Great books on the subject. Like Living by the Book, by Howard Hendricks, Understanding and applying the Bible, by Robertson McQuilkin just to name a couple.

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Mike Allen

    Hermeneutics is the way to know what scripture says. To say you dont need hermeneutics to understand scripture is like saying you dont need to know English to read english literature

  • Reply March 15, 2020

    Alimi Nig

  • Reply March 16, 2020

    Mike Allen

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