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by Caroline L Palmer,Robert A Traina

  • ISBN: 0960139613
  • Category: Reference
  • Author: Caroline L Palmer,Robert A Traina
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Robert A. Traina (1980)
  • Pages: 269 pages
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He who has ears to hear, let him hear. As a result of such server should always be on the lookout for those structural an inductive approach, one will have valid grounds for look- elements which lie on the interior of a passage. He should ing for these laws in Scriptural literature, which is great art, never conclude that because he has noted some exterior rela- and using them for its interpretation.

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This book fills the need for a simple, practical textbook in hermeneutics. It encourages the serious Bible student to practice the best kind of hermeneutic, which allows the Word of God to speak for itself.

Title: Methodical Bible Study By: Robert Traina Format: Paperback .

Title: Methodical Bible Study By: Robert Traina Format: Paperback Vendor: Zondervan Publication Date: 2001 Dimensions: . X . 0 . 5 (inches). Weight: 10 ounces ISBN: 0310246024 ISBN-13: 9780310246022 UPC: 025986246020 Stock No: WW46022. Such an approach is sound because, being objective, it corresponds to the objective nature of the Scriptures. This book fills the need for a simple, practical textbook in hermeneutics. Robert A. Traina was Thompson Professor of Biblical Studies at Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore KY. He held the STB and STM degrees from Biblical Seminary in New York and the PhD degree from Drew Uinversity.

METHODICAL BIBLE STUDY has been added to your Basket. The book is basically a new book. Traina has some very helpful tips for reading thr bible. They apply to biblical, students, laymen and anyone who desire to get more from the biblical text by doing inductive bible study.

Theologian Robert Traina, in his 1952 Methodical Bible Study, wrote that "the applicatory step is that for which all else exists. Traina, Robert (1952). Methodical Bible study : a new approach to hermeneutics. It represents the final purpose of Bible study. Technically speaking, the al method of interpretation is distinct from the determination of the passage's significance in light of that interpretation. Together, interpretation of the passage and determining the meaning define the term "hermeneutics. New York: Biblical Seminary in New York. Hendricks, Howard G. (1991).

Categories: Biblical Hermeneutics Bible Study. Christian colleges and seminaries have made it required reading for beginning Bible students, while many churches have used it for their lay Bible study groups.

Traina, Robert (1952). Methodical Bible Study: A New Approach to Hermeneutics. p. 217. ^ Elwell, Walter A. (1984). Evangelical Dictionary of Theology.

Robert A. Traina, Methodical Bible Study - A New Approach to Hermeneutics. A detailed guide to inductive Bible study, by a conservative Methodist. Pretty boring but still helpful for the inductive method. Wilmore, Kentucky: Robert Traina, 1952. Henry A. Virkler, Hermeneutics: Principles and Processes of Biblical Interpretation.

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Inductive study compares related Bible texts in order to let the Bible interpret itself, rather than approaching Scripture with predetermined notions of what it will say. Dr. Traina's Methodical Bible Study was not intended to be the last word in inductive Bible study; but since its first publication in 1952, it has become a foundational text in this field. Christian colleges and seminaries have made it required reading for beginning Bible students, while many churches have used it for their lay Bible study groups. Dr. Traina summarizes its success in this comment: 'If the truths of the Bible already resided in man, there would be no need for the Bible and this manual would be superfluous. But the fact is the Bible is an objective body of literature which exists because man needs to know certain truths which he himself cannot know. There are two main approaches open to the Bible student. One is deduction, which begins with generalizations and moves for their support to the particulars. By its very nature deduction tends to be subjective and prejudicial. Its opposite, induction, is objective and impartial; for it demands that one first examine the particulars of the Scriptures and that one's conclusions be based on those particulars. Such an approach is sound because, being objective, it corresponds to the objective nature of the Scriptures.' This book fills the need for a simple, practical textbook in hermeneutics. It encourages the serious Bible student to practice the best kind of hermeneutic, which allows the Word of God to speak for itself.
Reviews about Methodical Bible study: A new approach to hermeneutics (7):
Ienekan
I have been looking for a book that teaches a Bible study method I could use to start doing a deep study of the Bible book by book. I've bought several modern books about the inductive method of study, but each of them spoon feeds you questions, terms, or charts to fill out. This book took two readings, taking notes, adding tabs, making an outline, and using a dictionary to help me understand it. I laughed when I realized Dr. Traina had forced me to do an inductive study of his book!

I am taking time with my first study: the Gospel of John. I made a handwritten copy of the text double-spaced so there is room for notes. This wasn't recommended in the book, but I wanted to become very familiar with the text. I am in the process now of using a dictionary to make a glossary of words I highlighted. Tomorrow I will move on the next stage of observations.
MegaStar
The information seems to be as other bible study books. I did not find anything new from other books.
Yndanol
This is a well-thought-out and detailed book about the inductive Bible study method. That is, it helps you make observations and ask interpretive questions of the Biblical text and helps you find answers to those questions within the text itself. I have had to read it for a seminary class. It is not the most exciting book in the world - sometimes the observations can be fairly obvious, and there are a lot of footnotes and some repetition. But this does not take anything away from its importance, which I think it has. Because to me very few things are more important than knowing how to study your Bible. One of my favorite things in the book is the author's sample of how to make observations and ask interpretive questions related to the text, using Psalm 23 as his case study. The insights you will gain from this sample "walk through" are amazing; it will probably change how you read the Scriptures. So be warned. It's good, but it's boring at times too! It's good to have a class or an outlet where you can practice these concepts where it is not all conceptual.
Xwnaydan
The book is basically a new book. Traina has some very helpful tips for reading thr bible. They apply to biblical, students , laymen and anyone who desire to get more from the biblical text by doing inductive bible study . Readers should let the text speak for it self rather imposing or implying or assumptions.
Blackworm
written for college professors and is hard for the layperson to read.
Fesho
Though the book is dated (recognizable by some of the language that is out of style), it is a very practical tool for teaching people how to study the Bible.
Ranterl
The best book on the topic!
I read this book half way, but if I were to give to someone else, you can be assured that you get lost along the way...read at your own risk.

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