✓ Engaging the Word ☆ Michael Johnston, Engaging the Word, Michael Johnston, Engaging the Word The companion to Volume of The New Church s Teaching Series Roger Ferlo s Opening the Bible Michael Johnston s Engaging the Word teaches us how to use the critical and practical tools for reading the Bible described by Ferlo to interpret the Hebrew and Christian scriptures what did they mean for their original audience and what do they mean for us today Johnston intrThe compa, ✓ Engaging the Word ☆ Michael Johnston - Engaging the Word, Engaging the Word The companion to Volume of The New Church s Teaching Series Roger Ferlo s Opening the Bible Michael Johnston s Engaging the Word teaches us how to use the critical and practical tools for reading

  • Title: Engaging the Word
  • Author: Michael Johnston
  • ISBN: 9781561011469
  • Page: 227
  • Format: Paperback

Engaging the Word

Engaging the Word ✓ Engaging the Word ☆ Michael Johnston - Engaging the Word, Engaging the Word The companion to Volume of The New Church s Teaching Series Roger Ferlo s Opening the Bible Michael Johnston s Engaging the Word teaches us how to use the critical and practical tools for reading ✓ Engaging the Word ☆ Michael Johnston - Engaging the Word, Engaging the Word The companion to Volume of The New Church s Teaching Series Roger Ferlo s Opening the Bible Michael Johnston s Engaging the Word teaches us how to use the critical and practical tools for reading ✓ Engaging the Word ☆ Michael Johnston

  • ✓ Engaging the Word ☆ Michael Johnston
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  1. Johnston does great exegesis and analysis, and importantly, provides an easy framework for approaching scripture literal, historical, prophetic that can be easily remembered and applied I really enjoyed this and am looking forward to reading from this author.


  2. Even when I agreed with him I still was frustrated with him His tone is very arrogant and very sure of himself He states some of his positions as fact without so much as mentioning other viewpoints and debates going on surrounding it The book also just as a whole didn t feel coherent, rather patched together thoughts, and well, rather boring I wouldn t recommend it to anyone I know.Though it s the first real layperson friendly book I ve read on scripture and interpretation, I ve heard far bette [...]


  3. Johnston s book offers little in the way of new or refreshing look at biblical hermeneutics It is important that lay readers be introduced to basic concepts, but it is just as important for a writer to offer something other than summary Johnston offers a great introduction to modern biblical hermeneutics, but ignores a good amount as well Postmodern approaches to interpretation were strangely absent, and as the emergent movement has shown, these approaches do not need to be overly academic to be [...]


  4. Reviewing series as a whole This was a good series It helped shaped the way I think about the Episcopal Church It has greatly improved my ability to mentor an EfM group However, my take was that a lot of the books duplicated the same ground and did not necessarily cover the ground they were supposed to cove based on their title and descriptions Overall, they were helpful, though.