A Pathway Into the Holy Scripture
A Pathway into the Holy Scripture contains revised versions of papers given at the jubilee meeting of the Tyndale Fellowship for Biblical and Theological Research, an event that coincided with the 500th anniversary of the birth of the English reformer William Tyndale. The book includes a discussion of Tyndale as bible interpreter, surveys of current trends in Old and New Testament scholarship, treatments of biblical theology and of Paul's view of Scripture, chapters on Biblical hermeneutics and the doctrine of inspiration, and studies discussing the role of Scripture in the church in earlier periods and in the present day.
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Critical Issues in New Testament Studies for Evangelicals Today
Written for Us Pauls View of Scripture
Authority and Hermeneutics Some Proposals for a More Creative Agenda
Gods Mighty SpeechActs The Doctrine of Scripture Today
The Role of Biblical and Theological Research in the Church Today A View from the Church
The Role of Biblical Research in the Church Today A View from the Academy
Scripture and Confession Doctrine as Hermeneutic
Scripture and Criticism Evangelicals Orthodoxy and the Continuing Problem of Conservatism
Scripture and Evangelical Diversity with Special Reference to the Baptismal Divide
Scripture and Experience
Sola Scriptural Making Sense of a PostReformation Slogan
Climbing Ropes Ellipses and Symphonies the Relation between Biblical and Systematic Theology
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