Narrative Portrayal and Reader Participation in the Theological Interpretation of the Scriptures

Speaker: Mr. Joshua Arp
Organization: ETS National
Price: $2.00
- From the Evangelical Theological Society Eastern Regional Meeting 2005 - evangelical scholars address Biblical interpretation focusing on narrative interpretation. Speakers from Beeson Divinity School, Westminster Seminary, Princeton Seminary, Biblical Theological Seminary and more.
Joshua Arp, Clarks Summit, PA, presented this lecture at the Evangelical Theological Society's Eastern Regional Meeting on "The Hermeneutics of Prophetic Literature" (3/24/2006) held at Westminster Theological Seminary, Philadelphia.

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