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Interest in the Canon
A work sheet for identifying your current area of interest in the
biblical text. 1 page.
POHG Work Sheets
These are the sheets we will refer to during our classroom discussion,14 pages, 1.2mb. Please note: this large file takes up to 2 minutes to download on a dsl line.
Sections 1-3 of our POHG Syllabus: our main text for this study of hermeneutics. 39
pages, 1.3mb. Please note: this large file takes up to 2 minutes to download on a dsl line. Also, it contains clickable links in blue underlined type.
Making The Invisible Visible: An Introduction to
The Distinctives of Hebraic Thought And Their Implications For
Interpreting The Bible.
Section 4 of our POHG Syllabus: This article presents a theory
about how the Hebrew
language and its
underlying thought patterns evolved. More importantly, it presents key
principles for interpreting Hebraic expressions in both the Old
Testament and the New. 20 pages, and 476k.
Useful Terms for the Study of Hermeneutics
Section 8 of our POHG Syllabus: a glossary of terms used in
hermeneutics class. 8
Studying and Interpreting The Bible.
Section 7 of our POHG Syllabus:
A short list of books, software and web sites that we have found
helpful in studying the Scriptures. Listing
these resources does not imply our agreement with all their points and
propositions, but only an acknowledgment of their general value. 4 pages, 1.5mb.