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Defining Biblical Hermeneutics

"Hermeneutics" is the art and science of reading.


Its root is from Hermes, the Greek god who understood and interpreted what other Greek gods wanted to say to humans.

Reading the Bible is called "biblical hermeneutics."

This series delves into the subject of biblical hermeneutics and highlights some methods and practical examples that may be worthwhile to add to your reading skills.

For those who desire more, there are biblical scholars who wrote wonderful books on this subject, and a list of books with their prefaces or forewords can be seen in the section Bible Hermeneutics.

Skill Builder examples:

Preface to How to Read the Bible for All Its Worth

Series: Skill Builder
Reading the Bible is Difficult

Series: Skill Builder

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