About this course
Series: Stand-alone courses
How can we bring God’s Word from the ancient Biblical world to our modern world as God intended? Contemporary application must be anchored to the text, but also articulated in such a way that is immediately relevant to our lives. Hermeneutics is a process that helps Christians to do this. Watch this series if you would like to learn how to interpret Scripture in light of the larger Meta-Narrative, the Big Story of the Bible.
Scot Keen (M.A. [BS], DTS) has been teaching the Bible for many years. He serves as Interim Pastor at Skiff Lake Bible Church and is a professor and the Dean of Education at Ethnos360 BI, Jackson. He teaches several Bible and Theology courses, his favorite being Acts, Romans, Bibliology, and Soteriology. Scot is married to April, and they have three kids.
What you will learn
- Developing a Biblical theology
- How to interpret God's Word in light of the whole story
- A hermeneutic process, which considers different facets of a particular text, such as the historical and cultural context, literary context and original application
- Story arrangement when looking at the Bible
- How we can find our place in the Biblical story