A standard text now updated! Fine-tuning their discussion, Kaiser and Silva have added four new chapters on controversial issues---the roles of biblical theology and history in interpretation, dealing with contemporary questions not addressed in Scripture, and the New Testament's use of the Old Testament---to further enhance their balanced treatment of biblical hermeneutics. 400 pages, hardcover from Zondervan.
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Review 1 for An Introduction to Biblical Hermeneutics, Second Edition
Date:November 23, 2012
Location:Del Rio TX
It makes you read and reread go to the bible and apply what you have found. Great for Teachers , Pastors , and student of the Bible. This is a good tool to shed light in the a dark world.