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Abingdon Press Reading the Good Book Well: A Guide to Biblical Interpretation

In this accessible volume Jerry Camery Hoggatt explains the basic vocabulary and logic of biblical interpretation, shows how the various methodologies can be fitted together into a seamless interpretive model for exegesis, and then reflects carefully on the implications of that method for the various issues of reading, teaching, reflection, and preaching. The prose style is conversational, non-technical, and is intended to be inviting to the beginning student and refreshing for advanced students and teachers. 240 Pages. Softcover from Abingdon Press.

Jerry Camery-Hoggatt is Professor of New Testament and Narrative Theology at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, California. He is also director of the scholars program at John Stott Ministries. In addition to his popular fiction, his published scholarship ranges from technical biblical exegesis to the theology of storytelling.

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