Toward an Exegetical Theology

            The full name of this work, written by Walter C. Kaiser, Jr. and published by Baker House Books in 1981, is Toward an Exegetical Theology: Biblical Exegesis for Preaching and Teaching. The work is designed to examine what the author sees as the inadequate academic preparation of preachers to draw significant meaning from the … Continue reading Toward an Exegetical Theology

Thoughts on “The Quest for Understandable Hermeneutics”

In a previous post, there appeared a book review of Hal Hougey’s The Quest for Understandable Hermeneutics, and one felt disinclined at that time to present points of critique or argument since the goal at that time was to present a brief book review in an impartial manner (as far as possible … different reviews … Continue reading Thoughts on “The Quest for Understandable Hermeneutics”

Hearing God’s Voice: My Life with Scriptures in the Churches of Christ

The work – Hearing God’s Voice: My Life with Scriptures in the Churches of Christ – was written by Dr. Thomas H. Olbricht, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Religion, Pepperdine University, in 1996 and published by ACU Press. The first and undoubtedly the most interesting feature about this book, a work that is a discussion of … Continue reading Hearing God’s Voice: My Life with Scriptures in the Churches of Christ