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Biblical Hermeneutics, by Dr. Robert Stein

Introduction

Lecture 1:
Introduction - Introduction to the class

The History of the English Bible

Lecture 2:
Early Beginnings - Early beginnings to the present

Lecture 3:
Hermeneutical Issues - Hermeneutical issues involved in translation

Lecture 4:
Various Issues – Various issues involved with translation

The Goal of Interpretation

Lecture 5:
An Introduction to Hermeneutics - Part 1

Lecture 6:
An Introduction to Hermeneutics - Part 2

Lecture 7:
Vocabulary for Interpretation - Part 1

Lecture 8:
Vocabulary for Interpretation - Part 2

Lecture 9:
Vocabulary for Interpretation - Part 3

Lecture 10:
The Role of the Holy Spirit

Lecture 11:
The Miraculous in Scripture

Genre

Lecture 12:
G. B. Caird - The Language and Imagery of the Bible.

Lecture 13:
Proverbs

Lecture 14:
Prophecy - Part 1 – The genre and language of prophecy.

Lecture 15:
Prophecy - Part 2 – Further examples of prophecy

Lecture 16:
Prophecy - Part 3 – Prophecy and the beginning discussion of Mark.

Lecture 17:
Poetry - Part 1 – Prose and poetry, and examples from the Old Testament.

Lecture 18:
Poetry - Part 2 – Types of Poetry in the Bible

Lecture 19:
Idioms

Lecture 20:
Exaggeration - Part 1

Lecture 21:
Exaggeration - Part 2

Lecture 22:
Parables - Part 1 – Introduction to parables

Lecture 23:
Parables - Part 2 – Interpretation of parables

Lecture 24:
Narrative - Part 1 – Allegory and historical narrative

Lecture 25:
Narrative - Part 2 – Clues to interpreting historical narrative

Lecture 26:
Epistles - Part 1 – Understanding the letters in the New Testament. How words are used.

Lecture 27:
Epistles - Part 2 – How sentences are to be understood

Lecture 28:
Treaties and Law – The genre of covenant

Lecture 29:
Songs – Psalms

Contemporary Theories of Interpretation

Lecture 30:
The Canon of Scripture – The books that make up the Bible