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Hermeneutics for Historical Narrative (Part 2)

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Lesson

Biblical Narrative

Outline

Hermeneutics for Biblical Narrative

I. Historical Narrative

A. Written as a historical account

B. Change in perspective in the 1700's

C. Meaningfulness in Scripture

1. Know what the author meant

2. Historical assessment

 

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II. Interpretive Methods

A. Supernaturalists

B. Non-supernaturalists (naturalists)

1. Rationalists

2. Accommodationists

3. Mythical approach

III. CLUES TO INTERPRETING HISTORICAL NARRATIVE

A. Context

B. Authorial Comments

1. 1 Kings 15:5

2. 1 Kings 22:43

C. Repetition

1. Israel’s cyclical experience of rebellion, retribution, repentance, and restoration

2. The absence of leadership (See 17:6, 18:1, 19:1, 21:25)

D. Authoritative Speakers

E. Direct discourse