Theological Hermeneutics II – Scripture and Human Language

June 12, 2008

Scripture comes to us as human literature. It is written by humans for humans in human language. Whatever it communicates, then, it communicates through the medium of finite, limiting, bounded human language. In this context, I raise only three points in this post. Much more, of course, could be said, but these points are significant […]

Stone-Campbell Hermeneutics II – Campbell’s Reformed Hermeneutic

May 28, 2008

This is a huge subject for a single post. I shall try to be brief. Warning: “brief” ended up being 2800+ words. đŸ™‚ In my first post in this series I noted a few of the modern (Enlightenment) Baconian assumptions of Alexander Campbell’s hermeneutic. In essence Campbell draws out the facts of the redemptive narrative in […]