Dictionary of Hermeneutics

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Dictionary of Hermeneutics: A Concise Guide to Terms, Names, Methods, and Expressions
by James D. Hernando

Easily navigate your way through the maze of hermeneutical study with this one-of-a-kind resource. James Hernando offers concise definitions and examples of terms, expressions, and persons related to the field of hermeneutics, its presuppositions, and its theories. Here are just a few reasons you’ll find this a must-have resource:
  • The straightforward definitions, with examples or illustrations when possible, provide a clear understanding even if you’re new to biblical interpretation.
  • The definitions are grouped into seven sections so you can quickly and fully explore the key terms within these essential areas.
  • The in-depth footnotes engage you in deeper study.
  • The fully-searchable CD-ROM gives you immediate, easy reference to the entire text.

Product Details

Format: hardover with CD-ROM
Pages: 208
Size: 6½ x 9½
ISBN: 9780882430867
Publisher: Gospel Publishing House
Pub. Date: June 28, 2005

Meet the Author

James D. Hernando broad teaching experience encompasses public and undergraduate, as well as graduate levels of education. He has been a contributing author for Signs and Wonders in Ministry Today, and has written Greek word studies for The Complete Biblical Library, the commentary on 2 Corinthians in the Full Life Bible Commentary to the New Testament, and various articles in Paraclete, Pentecostal Evangel and Pathways for Young Adults. He completed intensive Spanish language courses at Centro de Investigaciones Culturales y Estudios Linguísticos in San José, Costa Rica, during the summer of 2000 and 2003. Dr. Hernando is a member of the Evangelical Theological Society, the Society of Biblical Literature and the Society for Pentecostal Studies.

Available in Spanish

Diccionario de hermenéutica.

What People Are Saying

"James D. Hernando’s book, Dictionary of Hermeneutics, was a helpful tool for a recent Ph.D. class on hermeneutics I took at Regent University. I consulted the book for helpful summary information on each day’s topic. It gave me the quick overview, definitions, and even primary sources for such matters as reader-response, feminist, and narrative approaches to Scripture. I recommend the book as a trusted guide to any beginning or serious student of contemporary biblical studies."
Malcolm R. Brubaker, professor of Bible, Valley Forge Christian College
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