How to Read the Bible 04 Repetition in Time
A talk from the Theopolis Course: How to Read the Bible - In the first intensive class offered by Theopolis Institute, scholar-in-residence James Jordan gave a series of lectures on “How to Read the Bible.” He discusses the importance of hearing the word, reading in the church, faulty rules of hermeneutics, reading the bible musically, reading for the details, reading for the big picture, and many other helpful topics. Peter Leithart delivered a series of lectures on the nature of language and the importance of the work of Eugen Rosenstock-Huessy. This class will transform your reading of the Bible and will enhance your vision of the scriptures as you see them through new eyes.
James B. Jordan is the Director of Biblical Horizons ministries, a theological think tank that publishes books, monographs, essays and taped lectures focused on Bible commentary, Biblical theology and liturgical theology. He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia in comparative literature. During four years in the United States Air force,... read more