Improving Biblical Interpretation at Cornerstone Church in Waterloo, Wisconsin
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SubjectBasic Principles of Interpreting Bible
Cannonization of Scripture
Principles of Interpreting OT and NT Narratives
The Role of the Holy Spirit in Biblical Interpretation
The focus of this research was the development of biblical interpretation training for Cornerstone Church Waterloo, Wisconsin. The need was born out of the importance and present situation in society regarding the manner in which Scripture is handled by preachers and laypeople. Therefore, I developed a curriculum that I used to train adult members of CCWW in order to spark their interest in reading, studying, understanding, and improving their ability to interpret and teach Scripture accurately. In view of such use, this project examined the biblical and theological basis for accurate interpretation of Scripture, the canonization of the Scripture, the basic principles of interpreting Scripture, and the principles of interpreting Old and New Testament narrative.
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