By Gesenius, Wilhelm
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Ronald Wright Outline: • In What Sense Is the Bible the Word of God? • How Was the Word of God Given? • What Does “Revelation” Mean? • What Is Meant by the “Inspiration” of Scripture? • How Should Inspiration Be Understood? • What Value Did Jesus Place on the Old Testament? • What Are the Characteristics of a Divinely Inspired Scripture? • What Is Meant by Describing the Bible as “Canon”? • What Is Hermeneutics and How Is It Used? Terms: autograph canon hermeneutics inspiration revelation Septuagint (LXX) The Old Testament is the first major part of a unique collection of writings called the Bible.
Every serious interpreter of Scripture should make an effort to recover the meaning of the Greek, Hebrew, and Aramaic texts that underlie our present translations. The various unabridged concordances and computerized search engines for the Bible are very helpful in doing word searches in multiple versions and recovering original readings. On the other hand, we work in a culture of English language. Most of us will find ourselves using an English Bible. There are a number of fine translations available.
But if revelation is spoken of as coming from God, then its nature must be defined. B. B. ”12 It is of utmost importance to understand the difference between the terms “exhaustive” and “accurate” when dealing with the knowledge of God. The very idea of human beings possessing an exhaustive knowledge of God is sheer arrogance. What believers know about God, or of his countless acts of redeeming grace in human experience, they know because God has revealed himself. Not that anyone should claim to have an exhaustive knowledge of God!