Posts tagged: Hermeneutics

GRTS' Dr. John Hilber Commences Innovative Research

By Andrew Kischner on November 30, 2016

During his sabbatical, Dr. John Hilber, who teaches Old Testament here at GRTS, has been selected to participate in the Creation Project at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School's Carl F. Henry Center for Theological Understanding. We were delighted when Dr. Hilber agreed to share his experience with the Project thus far.

Dr. Jonathan Greer on How Bible Backgrounds Will Strengthen Your Preaching

By Kris Rolls on February 13, 2017

One of my favorite theologians, Dr. Kevin Vanhoozer, once said, "For, when the church responds to the Word of God as it ought, the church demonstrates the love of God and the mind of Christ, in word and in deed."[1] The catch is, that in order to respond to the Word of God "as we ought," we must understand what Scripture says in the first place. Pastors and teachers must regularly wrestle with what…

Rediscovering the Distance Between Us: Preaching the New Testament

By Kris Rolls on February 22, 2017

What types of biblical literature are easiest for you to preach? What portions of Scripture do you feel most at "home" in while preaching or reading? If you're a Protestant evangelical, chances are you are most at "home" in the New Testament, and even more comfortable in Paul's letters. When compared with Law Code portions of Leviticus, prophetic visions in the Minor Prophets, narrative complexities…

Highlights from the Talking Points Conference

By Darrell Yoder on March 30, 2017

Two weeks ago, we hosted the Spring 2017 Talking Points Conference, focusing on the theme "Bridging Worlds: Preaching the Ancient Story Today." What a fantastic day! We were blessed to have seven speakers engage a room full of pastors, teachers, and students.

Here are some highlights from the conference with audio recording links.