Panel Discussion on the Role of History in Hermeneutics

Part 223 of a 440 part series.
Organization: ETS National
Price: $4.00
From the important conference which addressed the nature of truth and postmodernity - the 2004, 56th Annual Meeting of Evangelical Theological Society, held in San Antonio, TX. The theme was, What is Truth? Plenary sessions were as follows:

Andreas Köstenberger – What is Truth? Pilate’s Question in its Johannine and Larger Biblical Context
Albert Mohler – Truth and Contemporary Culture
J.P. Moreland – Truth and Contemporary Philosophy
Keving Vanhoozer – Lost in Interpretation?: Truth, Scripture and Hermeneutics
Greg Beale – Presidential Address – The Use of Old Testament Prophecy in the New Testament: ‘Literal’ Fulfillment, Allegory or Analogy?
James B. DeYoung James B. De Young is Senior Professor of New Testament Language and Literature at Western Seminary, Portland, OR, where he has taught since 1975. In April, 2015, he retired and was honored with this title after 40 years of full time teaching.