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BIP502― Biblical Interpretation Lab

    Required for MDiv― 2 credits. 1 Lab Fee applies. Prerequisite― BIP501-Biblical Interpretation: An Overview.

    While detail is added to the understanding of Biblical Interpretation, the emphasis in this course is on putting into practice what was presented in BIP501.

    REQUIRED REFERENCE BOOKS to add to your library (or check out from a library) for this course and the entire Biblical Interpretation and Preaching Series
    1. • A Popular Survey of the Old Testament, Norman L. Geisler, 209 pages, Paperback, Amazon Prime $18.43, used from $4.34 + shipping.
    2. • The IVP Bible Background Commentary: New Testament, Craig S. Keener, Norman L. Geisler, 2014 edition, 816 pages, Hardback, Amazon Prime $24.36, used from $19.68


    3. • Young’s Analytical Concordance to the Bible, Robert Young, 2007 edition, hardcover, Amazon Prime $30.58, used from $4.99 + shipping AND 4. • Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, W. E. Vine, 755 pages, Hardcover, Amazon Prime $28.09, used from $8.95 + shipping.


    • The New Strong’s Expanded Exhaustive Concordance of the Bible (includes the best of Vine’s Complete Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words), James Strong, hardcover, Amazon Prime $28.99, used from $18.97 + shipping.
    Optional Resource: Jerusalem in the Time of Jesus, Joachim Jeremias, 2014 edition, small-sized, 405 pages, Hardback, Amazon Prime $14.66.

    Biblical Interpretation and Preaching

    Gordan D. Fee

    Professor of New Testament at Regent College, Vancouver, BC; previously in Wheaton College. General editor of the New International Commentary series and on the NIV revision committee. PhD- University of Southern California. Authored textbooks or books on: textual criticism, biblical interpretation, and commentaries on 1 Corinthians, Philippians, 1 & 2 Thess, 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus and Revelation.
    • How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth • Listening to the Spirit in the Text

    Biblical Interpretation and Preaching

    Douglas K. Stuart

    Professor Stuart is a scholar of the Old Testament, Assyrian and Babylonian languages and literature, and the cultures of the ancient Near East. He controls the use of 14 different languages, both ancient and modern. Stuart currently teaches at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in Massachusetts― an interdenominational Evangelical Seminary. His articles have appeared in Christianity Today and Decision magazine. Education: Yale Divinity School; PhD. in Near Eastern Languages and Literature from Harvard University.
    Ignite University and Seminary is a ministry of  Max Ministries, a 501(c) 3 nonprofit © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Other ministries include <a href="">Igniter Institute and Ministry</a> and <a href="">The Dreamers Institute</a>.

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