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Interpreation & Hermeneutics

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Interpreation & Hermeneutics

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Treatise on Biblical Criticism Bible Interpretation Samuel Davidson V1 Only HC, Davidson. Samuel. 1806-1898.
1 Davidson. Samuel. 1806-1898. Treatise on Biblical Criticism Bible Interpretation Samuel Davidson V1 Only HC
Edinburgh. A. and C. Black, 1856. 1856 Paperback Used: Acceptable Paperback Standard Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1852 by Adam & Charles Black with 464 pages. Ex-library. The text is has 50 pages with scattered underlining and notations. The binding is weakened a the hinges are cracked. The spine panel has been repaired (actually taped over) with brown library tape. The pages are tone. THe edges are heavily worn and in several places are rubbed through. THe corners are bumped as are several areas of the cover edges. There is a musty odor present. Ex-library treatments include spine label, library bookplate (Cleveland Collection of Judaica and Jewish Evangelism- Northeastern Bible College), several library stamps, a card pocket and check out sheet. Excerpt from the Preface:THIRTEEN years ago the writer published a volume entitled "Lectures on Biblical Criticism," which met with considerable favour, and has been for some time out of print. Many inquiries having been addressed to the author respecting it, he reĀ¬solved to prepare a new edition as soon as his other avocations allowed leisure for the task. He had not been insensible to its various errors and imperfections. Many of these he had himself perceived; several were pointed out by others. Biblical literature had been advanced by more extensive researches and new discussions. But when he set himself in serious earnest to the work, he soon found that a new edition merely could neither do justice to the subject nor to his own reputation. A new book was needed. Everything had to be re-written, and put into a new shape. The whole had to be recast both in substance and form. A new work accordingly has been attempted; the author availing himself of all the helps and sources which might serve to make it what it ought to be at the present day; and a new title in part has been given to it, corresponding to the enlarged field of inquiry......In the course of reconstructing the materials, they swelled out in size under the author's hands, to require two volumes-the first confined to the Old Testament, the second to the New. It is hoped that the work will be found greatly superior to " the Lectures" in every respect. It has cost him much more labour, research, and thought than the former. In every instance he has endeavoured to go back to the sources for himself; for which purpose private and public libraries have been consulted. The latest works of whose existence he was aware have been used. All available dissertations, wherever they appeared, have been attended to. Of course German works are most to the author's purpose, since they are more numerous and excellent in this department than English, French, or Dutch......Many of the subjects which come under discussion in the department termed Biblical Criticism are necessarily difficult. The evidence on which conclusions are formed is of a kind that rejects certainty. Different opinions may be entertained the results to which testimony leads. Hence it will not surprise any, except the very ignorant, to be told, that various opinions formerly held by the author have been abandoned. Repeated inquiries and reflection have led him to change, modify, and retract former views. He is free to confess that he has never arrived at certainty on all subjects. But the reader has here the latest and most mature judgments of the author, for which alone he begs to be held accountable......In its present form the work will probably be considered less elementary than its prototype. If this be so, let it' be remembered that it is more extended, and, as the author thinks, more satisfactory and complete in every part. He has also tried to make his meaning so plain that none may have difficulty in apprehending it......Some passages whose proper reading ought to have been discussed in the second volume are omitted, because an examination of them is given in another work. Mark xvi. 9-20; John v. 3, 4T and vii. 53 viii. 11, are examined in 'the first volume of the writer's Introduction to the New Testament, and it seemed superfluous to repeat what is there...... 
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Texts Explained or Helps to Understand the New Testament by FW Farrar Hermeneutics Bible Study, F.W. Farrar
2 F.W. Farrar Texts Explained or Helps to Understand the New Testament by FW Farrar Hermeneutics Bible Study
F.M. Barton 1899-01-01 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1899 by F.M. Barton with 390 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is weakened as the hinges are weakening. The covers and pages are toned with scattered foxing. No dust jacket. The corners are bumped. Previous owner's name present. The bottom page edges have a red line across them. 
Price: 40.00 USD
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Essays in Biblical Interpretation by Henry Preserved Smith Hermeneutics Biblical Criticism, Henry Preserved Smith
3 Henry Preserved Smith Essays in Biblical Interpretation by Henry Preserved Smith Hermeneutics Biblical Criticism
Boston MA Marshall Jones Company 1921 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1921 by Marshall Jones Company with 206 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is sound. No dust jacket. The pages are toned. Previous owners name present. The spine panel has a few small closed tears along the top edge. The spine panel and the front cover have some cloth erosion. The corners are bumped. 
Price: 50.00 USD
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1877 Hermeneutics of the New Testament A Immer Albert Newman Translator, Immer, A.; Newman, Albert H. (Translator)
4 Immer, A.; Newman, Albert H. (Translator) 1877 Hermeneutics of the New Testament A Immer Albert Newman Translator
Warren F. Draper 1877 Hardcover Used: Good Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1877 by Warren F. Draper with 440 pages including advertisemnts. Ex-library xopy with a spine label, several library stamps, barcode label and the remnants of a card pocket on the rear pastedown. The text is unmarked. The binding is weakening as the hinges are cracking. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. The top and the bottom of the spine panel is scuffed with some closed tears and chipping. No dust jacket. The pages are toned with scattered foxing. A few pages are dog eared. The corners are lightly bumped. 
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Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible, A: Playing by the Rules Robert Stein Hermeneutics VG, Stein, Robert H.
5 Stein, Robert H. Basic Guide to Interpreting the Bible, A: Playing by the Rules Robert Stein Hermeneutics VG
0801021014 / 9780801021015 Baker Academic 2004 Paperback Used: Very Good Paperback Trade Paperback 
This paperback book was published in 2004 by Baker Academic with 219 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is tight. There is normal shelf and edge wear to the cover. No one can read the Bible for long before wondering what the Bible "means" and who or what determines that meaning. Moreover, no one can read the Bible without possessing some purpose in reading......This book, in practical and nontechnical terms, guides readers in discovering what the goal of reading the Bible should be and how they can achieve this goal for themselves. The author promises that they wil acquire "an interpretative framework thai will help them understand better the meaning of biblical texts and how to apply that meaning to their own life situation.".....Along the way, readers learn what is at stake in such issues as inspiration, inerrancy, continuing revelation, and the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Their study will be facilitated by exercises and discussion questions, as well as a comprehensive glossary......John Wenham: "The treatment is devout, sane, and well informed. . . . The book will give light to those who arc troubled at most of the passages discussed." (Christian Arena).....L. Russ Bush: "The quality of this study academically is high. The study of this little book will profit almost any mature Christian." (Southwestern Journal of Theology) 
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Reasonable Biblical Criticism by Willis J Beecher Hermeneutics Bible Interpretation, Willis J. Beecher
6 Willis J. Beecher Reasonable Biblical Criticism by Willis J Beecher Hermeneutics Bible Interpretation
The Sunday School Times 1911-01-01 Hardcover Used: Acceptable Hardcover 
This hardcover book was published in 1899 by F.M. Barton with 390 pages. The text is unmarked. The binding is weakened as the hinges are nearly cracked. The covers and pages are heavily toned with scattered foxing. No dust jacket. The corners are bumped. Previous owner's name present. The corners are bumped and the tips are rubbed through. The top and the bottom edges of the spine panel is scuffed, chipped and have a few small closed tears. 
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