"Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics: Foundations and Principles of Evangelical Biblical Interpretation" by Graeme Goldsworthy

Wednesday, 02 May 2007

As the proverbial saying has it, "Well begun is half done." Graeme Goldsworthy seems to have followed that maxim when he set out to write his textbook on hermeneutics. First off, he dedicated it to his mentor, Alan Cole, who, among other things, had an "irrepressible Irish humor." While I often ignore dedications and prefaces, I thought I would myself be applying a shallow hermeneutic if I did so with Goldsworthy's book. I trust a book on reading an historical revelation more when an author sees the importance of his own personal history. Second, ...

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