Hermeneutics

her·me·neu·tics
ˌhərməˈn(y)o͞odiks/
noun
noun: hermeneutics
  1. the branch of knowledge that deals with interpretation, especially of the Bible or literary texts.

Hermeneutics 1: A Skill of Sanctification

Hermeneutics 2: Meaning, Implication, and Application

Hermeneutics 3:  Reading Narrative

Hermeneutics 4: Reading Epistles

Hermeneutics 5: Exploring the Issues of Messianic Prophecy

Hermeneutics 6: Proverbs, Psalms, and Parables

Hermeneutics 7: Prophetic and Apocalyptic Literature

Hermeneutics 8: Exposing the Common Errors in Biblical Interpretation

Hermeneutics 9: Tools of the Trade

Hermeneutics 10: Wrapping it Up

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One response to “Hermeneutics

  1. In Hermeneutics 5, he mentions “the seed of the many.” Keep in mind that women do not have seed, men do (sperm). So Eve’s Seed is Christ, the one Seed and the seed of the many would only be those who are Christ’s.

    A thought came to me concerning the many antichrists-these would be every pope as well as all of the evil despots that have tried to wipe out God’s people. They do the works of Satan in trying to destroy God’s purpose and plan of full redemption for His elect and Satan’s ultimate demise. The Antichrist will be the representative, the culmination, and the last, of all the antichrists.

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