Category Archives: Heremeneutics

Genesis 1-2: some thoughts to guide our thinking

Our congregation has begun an undertaking to read ┬áthe 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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