Oral interpretation of Biblical literature.
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Published by Burgess Pub. Co. in Minneapolis .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bible -- Reading,
  • Bible as literature,
  • Oral interpretation

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 87-88.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsBS617 .A78
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 88 p.
Number of Pages88
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5632424M
LC Control Number68058542

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The former applies to the interpretation of all kinds of writings; the latter to that of certain definite kinds of liter-ary productions, such as laws, history, prophecy, poetry. Eler-meneutica Sncra has a very special character, because it deals z&h a book that is unique in the realm of literature, viz., with the Bible as the inspired Word of God.   God put the mark of His authorship on each of the 66 books of the Bible, no matter what the literary genre. God “breathed” the written words (2 Timothy –17). Because mankind has the ability to understand and appreciate various forms of literature, God used many genres to . Although the term oral interpretation may be new to you, the experience of interpreting literature is part of everyday life. Lawyers read evidence to a jury. Pastors read prayers. Parents and teachers read to .   “Oral interpretation of literature is when you take a piece of written word, so a play, a book, a poem, and you perform it as a spoken word,” said Cox, who completed her undergraduate degree at MBU in before moving on to Fontbonne University for a .

Ethical responsibilities, community experience of reading as worship, and individual reader orientation are all addressed throughout the book. Focused on understanding the biblical text leading to impacting both the person who reads and the audience, 'Oral Interpretation of the Bible' takes a rhetorical approach to the reading experience. A book of books. The word Bible comes from the Greek word biblia, a plural noun that simply means “the books.” The modern English Bible consists of 66 books that about 40 men of diverse backgrounds were inspired to write over the course of 1, years. In fact, the diversity of these men is quite remarkable. Consider just a few: Isaiah was. Publisher Comments For over fifty years, Oral Interpretation has successfully prepared readers to analyze and perform literature through an accessible, step-by-step process.   Introduction to Biblical Interpretation by William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg, and Robert L. Hubbard Jr. is a work of unparalleled quality in the arena of introductory literature on the field of biblical hermeneutics.