Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics: Foundations and Principles of Evangelical Biblical Interpretation
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Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics: Foundations and Principles of Evangelical Biblical Interpretation

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While there are many books on hermeneutics, Graeme Goldsworthy's perception is that evangelical contributions often do not give sufficient attention to the vital relationship between hermeneutics and theology, both systematic and biblical. In this new paperback edition of Gospel-Centered Hermeneutics, Goldsworthy moves beyond a reiteration of the usual arguments to concent...more
Paperback, 341 pages
Published October 1st 2010 by IVP Academic (first published February 28th 2007)
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Most pastors may secretly be glad that they can leave the formal study of hermeneutics behind in seminary. "Hermeneutics," after all, is not a word that is especially useful to common pastoral discourse. Drop that one in a conversation or sermon and people are likely to respond, "Herman who?!" However, since one of the primary vocations of the pastor is to interpret and apply the Word of God to the People of God, hermeneutics is never really left behind. We all have presuppositions and ideas whi...more
This book has been one of the best helps in seeking to better understand the Bible and interpreting it. Goldsworthy writes with clarity. Favorite chapters: ch. 2 Presuppositions in reading and understanding; ch.4 Towards a biblical theology of interpretation; ch. 12 The eclipse of the gospel in evangelicalism (this is an incredibly convicting chapter, not to mention a stimulating and encouraging chapter); and ch.19 The Hermeneutics of Christ.
Anyone wanting a gospel-centered approach to interpre...more
Todd Miles
This book is good, but I was hoping that it would be better. Part 2 of the book is difficult to follow, but Parts 1 and 3 describe and then guide a Christ-centered approach to Hermeneutics. His work on the different issues in Hermeneutics and how they detract from the message of the Scripture is especially helpful. I will use Parts I and III in Advanced Hermeneutics.
Daniel Wells
Goldsworthy is always balanced, solid, and practical.
Thoughtful and thought-provoking book.
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Graeme Goldsworthy is an Australian Anglican and Old Testament scholar. Now retired, Goldsworthy was formerly lecturer in Old Testament, biblical theology and hermeneutics at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia. He is the author of According to Plan (IVP, 1991) and Preaching the Whole Bible as Christian Scripture (Eerdmans, 2000). Goldsworthy has an MA from Cambridge University and a Th...more
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