Category Archives: Heremeneutics

Genesis 1-2: some thoughts to guide our thinking

Our congregation has begun an undertaking to read  the book of Genesis together as families. My daughters are pumped about this time each night. They grasp more of the story than I realize. I written a little in my last … Continue reading

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2 Kings 5: Some lessons from a leper, and a crook

Tonight with my youth group I want to explore 2 Kings 5 with my youth group (the one’s that didn’t go to Houston anyway). I like for our kids to discover truth on their own, instead of always pointing it … Continue reading

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Point of view in 1 Kings 20-22

1) Explain in your own words the theoretical concepts under consideration. This week we read about point of view and different literary techniques the author/ narrator employs to tell his or her story. The narrator is an artist, his canvass … Continue reading

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Hebrew Narrative: Character and Characterization

Thoughts on from 1 Kings20-22: For one my my final graduate classes I am taking a Heremeneutics of Hebrew Narrative @ LCU. So far it has been really interesting. What follows is a paper I wrote recently about characters and … Continue reading

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