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BIP505― The Spirit in the Text

    Elective for MDiv or Dmin― 3 credits. No prerequisite

    It’s vitally important for students of the Bible to interface exegesis with spirituality and the “spirit” of a text. This course will help you connect the historical and original intent of passages with the experience of hearing them in present terms and as applicable today.

    The curriculum author is a master at blending scholarly hermeneutic and interpretation practices with the spirit and application of a text distanced by centuries and culture. Misunderstanding of the spirit of a text leads to inaccurate doctrine and division within the body of Christ. This set of essays will expand your perspective and feed your spirit!

    Textbook: Listening to the Spirit in the Text, Gordon D. Fee, 180 pages, Paperback, Amazon Prime $16.66

    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
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