In this second of a two-part podcast series on Hermeneutics, our prestigious guests discuss important principles of the Historical, Grammatical, Literal approach, including the analogy of Scripture, single meaning, and the perspicuity of Scripture. They also critique other competing hermeneutical methods.
In this first of a two-part podcast series, we discuss what Hermeneutics is, why it is important, and explain why the Historical, Grammatical, Literal approach is the best method of interpretation.
What you really believe impacts how you really behave! Ideas have consequences, and bad ideas have victims! In today’s podcast, we will address the inerrancy of Scripture and shine a light on the horrifying ramifications when seminaries and denominations deny this essential doctrine.
Dr. Bailey, President of Dallas Theological Seminary, defines and describes the doctrines of the inspiration and inerrancy of Scripture, and explains why this doctrine is so crucial to understand and apply.
Dr. Weaver explains how biblical archaeology can unlock the door to the cultural and historical context in which the Bible was written and how it affirms the historical reliability of Scripture.