Baker Hermeneutics Collection (11 vols.)
by 16 authors Robert H. Stein, David S. Dockery, D. A. Carson, G. K. Beale, Kevin J. Vanhoozer, Craig G. Bartholomew, Daniel J. Treier, N. T. Wright, Michael W. Goheen, Charles F. Pfeiffer, Grant R. Osborne, Stephen Woodward, Craig A. Blaising, Darrell L. Bock, John D. Woodbridge, Leland Ryken
Baker,Baker Academic 1979–2008
Today’s Bible interpreters—scholars, students, pastors, and laypersons—are faced with a plethora of philosophies and methods for interpreting Scripture. Postmodern trends have emphasized one’s community identity in sharing interpretation, leading to wildly different conclusions about how to read the Bible and understand Scripture. In addition, modern biblical interpretation has too often been characterized by a schism between the disciplines of exegesis and theology.
The 11-volume Baker Hermeneutics Collection addresses the central issues related to hermeneutics, interpretation, and exegesis of the Bible, drawing from the wisdom of top evangelical philosophers, theologians, and biblical scholars. Authors such as D. A. Carson, G. K. Beale, and Kevin J. Vanhoozer engage both modern and postmodern critiques of the Bible and confront the growing acceptance of conflicting interpretations. They address cultural and contextual issues, the role of the reader and the community in interpreting Scripture, and both the narrative and social function of the Bible. They also explore the relationships between Scripture, tradition, and reason, along with the various ways Scripture is read and studied—for personal and group devotions, for theological exploration, and for liturgical use. Most importantly, the volumes in the Baker Hermeneutics Collection help individuals and communities read the Bible and understand its meaning.
With the Logos edition you get an abundance of applicable, insightful resources. You can easily research hermeneutics and access an assortment of useful resources and perspectives from a variety of pastors and theologians.
- Contains important books and reference guides for biblical hermeneutics
- Offers theological interpretation of individual books of the Bible
- Examines the use of the Bible in the early church
- Gives insights into Old and New Testament books and passages
- Commentary on the New Testament Use of the Old Testament
- Dictionary for Theological Interpretation of the Bible
- A Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible: Playing by the Rules
- Biblical Interpretation Then and Now: Contemporary Hermeneutics in the Light of the Early Church
- The Drama of Scripture: Finding Our Place in the Biblical Story
- Title: Baker Hermeneutics Collection
- Publisher: Baker
- Volumes: 12
- Pages: 4,732