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Biblical Hermeneutics, by Dr. Robert Stein

Introduction

Lecture 1:
Early Beginnings (Part 1)
Introduction to the class and early beginnings to the present

Lecture 2:
Early Beginnings (Part 2)
Early beginnings to the present.

The History of the English Bible

Lecture 3:
Hermeneutical Issues (Part 1)
Hermeneutical Issues Involved in Translation

Lecture 4:
Hermeneutical Issues (Part 2)
Hermeneutical Issues Involved in Translation

Lecture 5:
Various Issues in Hermeneutics
Various Issues Involved with Translation

The Goal of Interpretation

Lecture 6:
An Introduction to Hermeneutics (Part 1)
An Introduction to Hermeneutics

Lecture 7:
An Introduction to Hermeneutics (Part 2)
An Introduction to Hermeneutics

Lecture 8:
Vocabulary for Interpretation (Part 1)
Vocabulary for Interpretation

Lecture 9:
Vocabulary for Interpretation (Part 2)
Vocabulary for Interpretation

Lecture 10:
Role of the Holy Spirit (Part 1)
The role of the Holy Spirit in interpretation

Lecture 11:
Role of the Holy Spirit (Part 2)
The Role of the Holy Spirit in Interpretation

Lecture 12:
Miraculous in Scripture
The Miraculous in Scripture

Genre

Lecture 13:
Implications of Genre
The first part of this lecture is based on the book, "The Language and Imagery of the Bible," by G. B. Caird. The section part is about how you interpret Proverbs.

Lecture 14:
Hermeneutics for Prophecy (Part 1)
The genre and language of prophecy

Lecture 15:
Hermeneutics for Prophecy (Part 2)
Further examples of prophecy

Lecture 16:
Hermeneutics for Prophecy (Part 3)
Prophecy and the beginning discussion of Mark

Lecture 17:
Hermeneutics for Poetry (Part 1)
Prose and poetry and examples from the Old Testament

Lecture 18:
Hermeneutics for Poetry and Idioms
Types of poetry in the Bible. How to translate idioms. 

Lecture 19:
Hermeneutics for Exaggeration (Part 1)
Exaggeration

Lecture 20:
Hermeneutics for Exaggeration (Part 2)
Exaggeration

Lecture 21:
Hermeneutics for Parables (Part 1)
Introduction to parables

Lecture 22:
Hermeneutics for Parables (Part 2)
Interpretation of parables

Lecture 23:
Hermeneutics for Parables (Part 3)
Interpretation of parables

Lecture 24:
Hermeneutics for Parables (Part 4)
Interpretation of parables

Lecture 25:
Allegory in Parables (Part 1)
Allegory and historical narrative

Lecture 26:
Allegory in Parables (Part 2)
Allegory in parables

Lecture 27:
Hermeneutics for Historical Narrative (Part 1)
Clues to interpreting historical narrative

Lecture 28:
Hermeneutics for Historical Narrative (Part 2)
Biblical Narrative

Lecture 29:
Hermeneutics for Epistles (Part 1)
Understanding the letters in the New Testament. How words are used

Lecture 30:
Hermeneutics for Epistles (Part 2)
Understanding the letters in the New Testament. How words are used.

Lecture 31:
Hermeneutics for Epistles (Part 3)
How sentences are to be understood

Lecture 32:
Hermeneutics for Epistles (Part 4)
How sentences are to be understood

Contemporary Theories of Interpretation

Lecture 33:
Genre of Covenant (Part 1)
The genre of covenant, and the Psalms

Lecture 34:
Genre of Covenant (Part 2)
The genre of covenant, and the Psalms

Lecture 35:
Genre of Psalms
Psalms

Lecture 36:
Hermeneutics and the Canon of Scripture (Part 1)
The books that make up the Bible

Lecture 37:
Hermeneutics and the Canon of Scripture (Part 2)
The books that make up the Bible