It is important to acknowledge the literary features of Scripture for a good understanding. This article argues that too often biblical scholarship has ignored its literary character in exegesis. The authors want to illustrate how consideration of the literary character of a book can solve difficult exegetical problems, and illustrate this from their exegesis of Nahum.
This article is about the basic steps of the interpretation of Scripture.
Every Christian has the desire to apply God's Word to his life. There is one rule that we all need to obey for the application of Scripture: what did it mean for the original audience? The article explains why this is important.
This document contains course material used as an introduction to the methods and tools for New Testament exegesis. It introduces students to a number of hermeneutical issues related to interpreting the New Testament. The focus of this course is on the basic steps in the exegesis of the New Testament.
The Introduction encourages readers to think about the nature and value of biblical exposition. It provides answers to three basic questions about biblical exposition: What?, Why?, and Where?