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40 Questions About Interpreting The Bible (40 Questions amp; Answers Series) Robert L. Plummer



The 40 Questions Series, edited by Ben Merkle, from Kregel is a series to invest in. Each book seeks to answer some of the most common and difficult questions on some of the most important topics in theology. The volumes not only helpful to those thinking theological already, but also for those who may be thinking through these theological topics for the first time and need a simple, concise answer to some of their most basic questions.


Of course, I am biased in saying all of this. I am also excited about the series because I have the joy and privilege to be writing 40 Questions on Salvation. I am already underway in the writing process and hope the volume will be helpful in answering some of the most fundamental and difficult questions related to salvation.


The second in the series organized around common FAQs, 40 Questions about Interpreting the Bible tackles the major questions that students, pastors and professors ask about the hermeneutics of reading the bible (i.e. understanding the bible). This is a constant field of study by professor and student alike which empowers the pastor to teach with confidence. Robert Plummer parses the discussion into four parts: getting started, approaching the bible generally, approaching specific texts, and issues in recent discussion. In each section the forty questions lead each exploration. This allows teachers to embrace this book as a textbook and the curious student to engage the book on a pick and choose basis to discover what issues are most pertinent to their study. Sure to be a happy tool for the professor 40 Questions About Interpreting the Bible will be essential reading for the student seeking to advance expertly in his biblical studies.


Robert L. Plummer tackles major questions students, pastors, and laypeople ask about reading and understanding the Bible. Plummer divides his work into four parts: getting started, approaching the Bible, approaching specific texts, and issues in recent discussion. The accessible format allows teachers to utilize this book as a textbook, and the curious student to understand the issues which are most pertinent to their study. This volume is essential reading for any student in biblical studies, as well as pastors looking to teach the Bible with confidence.


Thomas Schreiner explains the interplay between Christianity and biblical law in this excellent addition to the 40 Questions & Answers series. Schreiner not only coherently answers the tough questions that flow from a discussion about Levitical law, but also engages students in an engaging and clear style.


And then looking at it in a more traditional hermeneutics fashion at different genres, interpreting Psalms, Proverbs, and the Gospels. In the end, looking more broadly at what the Bible tells us about the future, how to lead a Bible study, how to use the Bible in devotions, does the Bible teach we should be healthy and wealthy, and what are some trends in studying the Bible right now. Each one of these 40 questions is answered in seven to twelve pages. There are also discussion questions at the end and a bibliography of suggested resources to pursue the questions more.


There are quizzes and tests that accompany the book that can be used in high schools or Bible colleges. Discussion guides and lessons plans are all free on 40questions.net. People use this book in their biblical interpretation classes at seminary, or they do a Sunday night series with it. It has organically spread because people have found it useful. It has been translated into Spanish. It is one of the more helpful volumes on interpretation available in Spanish. It is in Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, and Kazak.


I try to examine different approaches to Revelation and the millennium. Some do not know there are different views. Some have been taught simplistically about the Old Testament. There are misunderstandings that people have that we hopefully correct. I have just found that it ends up answering questions that people had or questions they did not know they had.


The Scripture is the scepter through which Jesus rules his kingdom. We come with reverence and humility even though we may have questions. These are foundational that you either share or argue about. A lot of unity flows from an understanding of inerrancy and inspiration.


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