A Methodology for Interpreting the Bible
Jason Hensley explores why methodology matters: even though the passages in the Bible don't change from person to person, their interpretation does. Yet, the Bible was not intended to be read in whatever way one might want. This book presents a specific methodology for determining what the Bible meant when it was written, and to whom it was written. From there, it suggests ways that the message can apply today––how the depth and power of the Bible can be understood in its original context and in its meaning for today.