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Hermeneutics, Interpretation & Exegesis

I have written a lengthy reply to a question in Wess’ “Ask a Theologian” series. The question was “What are some good books (and why) that can help me get started in biblical hermeneutics?” My answer was too long for one blog post so you can read the first part of the answer here and the second part here. As the title to this post implies, I answer the question by briefly differentiating between hermeneutics, interpretation and exegesis.

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