Interpretation and Use of the Bible With Relections on Experience
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This introductory text on the interpretation and use of the Bible succeeds on two levels -- the scholarly and the pastoral. Combining learned discussion of the central issues of scriptural interpretation with reflections drawn from nearly thirty years in active ministry, Ronald Wallace gives readers the tools necessary to properly read and interpret Scripture. These chapters explore, in a very personal way, most of the topics essential for correctly handling the Bible. Speaking to the heart as well as the mind, this volume provides a highly accessible explanation of Scripture for classrooms, churches, and personal study.
Wallace is the Felix Professor of Poetry at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and serves as general editor for the University of Wisconsin Press's poetry series. He divides his time between Madison and a forty-acre farm in Bear Valley, Wisconsin.