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WHI-1006 | Interpreting Scripture

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How should we interpret the Bible? Literally? Figuratively? Allegorically? On this edition of the program the hosts take up the subject of hermeneutics, or proper biblical interpretation. Throughout this program they argue that the Bible is not one book with a single interpretive rule, but rather is a library of numerous ancient texts which need to be interpreted according to the rules of their respective genres. In other words, poetry is not the same as history. That's what's on tap this week, at the White Horse Inn!

How should we interpret the Bible? Literally? Figuratively? Allegorically? On this edition of the program the hosts take up the subject of hermeneutics, or proper biblical interpretation. Throughout this program they argue that the Bible is not one book with a single interpretive rule, but rather is a library of numerous ancient texts which need to be interpreted according to the rules of their respective genres. In other words, poetry is not the same as history. That's what's on tap this week, at the White Horse Inn!





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[audio:http://www.whitehorseinn.org/whiarchives/2010whi1006jul18.mp3|titles=WHI 1006|artists=White Horse Inn]


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