Biblical Covenants - Consistent Hermeneutics

Telos Theological Ministries

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General Bible

BIBL2302 - Foundations for Hermeneutics - Dr Paul Henebury, Steve Lewis, & Dr Andy Woods
A course in basic interpretation of the biblical text. Stress is put on the Bible’s ‘plain-sense’ interpretation.
Module 1 Preliminary Considerations (Dr Paul Henebury)
Dr Henebury goes over important common-sense biblical truths which point us to how the Bible should be interpreted.
Unit 1 BIBL2302 - Course Syllabus
Unit 2 BIBL2302 - Lecture 1: How Do We Begin?
Unit 3 BIBL2302 - Lecture 2: Scripture and Knowledge
Unit 4 BIBL2302 - Lecture 3: God Speaks His Mind
Unit 5 BIBL2302 - Lecture 4: What Does It Say?
Unit 6 BIBL2302 - Lecture 5: Covenants: A Basic Explanation
Unit 7 BTOT2302 - Lecture 6: Face Value
Unit 8 BIBL2302 - Lecture 7: Cross-Referencing
Unit 9 BIBL2302 - Lecture 8: Context
Unit 10 BIBL2302 - Lecture 9: The Parameters of Meaning
Module 2 The Practice of Interpretation (Steve Lewis & Dr Andy Woods)
These lectures set out the basics which you need to know about Biblical Hermeneutics
Unit 1 BIBL2302 - Lecture 10: Introduction to Bible Interpretation
Unit 2 BIBL2302 - Lecture 11: Understanding the Language of the Bible
Unit 3 BIBL2302 - Lecture 12: The Importance of Context
Unit 4 BIBL2302 - Lecture 13: Figures of Speech
Unit 5 BIBL2302 - Lecture 14: The Interpretation of Prophecy (1)
Unit 6 BIBL2302 - Lecture 15: The Interpretation of Prophecy (2)
BIBL6311 - New Testament Introduction: The Four Gospels - Dr Paul Henebury
An in-depth survey of the Gospels, including the Synoptic Problem
Module 1 New Testament Times and Scholarly Debates
Before the Four Gospels are studied in themselves several preliminary matters must be discussed
Unit 1 BIBL6311 - Course Syllabus
Unit 2 BIBL6311 - Lecture 1: New Testament Times (1)
Unit 3 BIBL6311 - Lecture 2: New Testament Times (2)
Unit 4 BIBL6311 - Lecture 3: New Testament Times (3)
Unit 5 BIBL6311 - Lecture 4: What is a Gospel? (1)
Unit 6 BIBL6311 - Lecture 5: What is a Gospel? (2)
Module 2 The Synoptic Problem and a Proposal
This section discusses the problem of the different contents of the Gospels and the way scholars have tackled it. Dr. Henebury proposes another view, following in part the work of John Wenham
Unit 1 BIBL6311 - Lecture 6: The Synoptic Problem (1)
Unit 2 BIBL6311 - Lecture 7: The Synoptic Problem (2)
Unit 3 BIBL6311 - Lecture 8: The Synoptic Problem (3)
Unit 4 BIBL6311 - Lecture 9: The Synoptic Problem (4)
Unit 5 BIBL6311 - Lecture 10: The Synoptic Problem (5)
Unit 6 BIBL6311 - Lecture 11: The Synoptic Problem (6)
Module 3 Matthew
Dr Henebury takes us through the chapters of the Book
Unit 1 BIBL6311 - Lecture 12: The Contents of Matthew (1)
Unit 2 BIBL6311 - Lecture 13: The Contents of Matthew (2)
Unit 3 BIBL6311 - Lecture 14: The Contents of Matthew (3)
Unit 4 BIBL6311 - Lecture 15: The Theology of Matthew (1)
Unit 5 BIBL6311 - Lecture 16: The Theology of Matthew (2)
Module 4 Mark
Mark is dealt with as written after Matthew
Unit 1 BIBL6311 - Lecture 16: The Contents of Mark (1)
Unit 2 BIBL6311 - Lecture 17: The Contents of Mark (2)
Unit 3 BIBL6311 - Lecture 18: The Theology of Mark
Unit 4 BIBL6311 - Lecture 19: The Last Twelve Verses of Mark
Module 5 Luke
The third Gospel is now analyzed. The stress on prayer is noted.
Unit 1 BIBL6311 - Lecture 20: The Contents of Luke (1)
Unit 2 BIBL6311 - Lecture 21: The Contents of Luke (2)
Unit 3 BIBL6311 - Lecture 22: The Theology of Luke
Unit 4 BIBL6311 - Lecture 23: Features of Luke
Module 6 John
We analyze the Fourth Gospel before closing with a consideration of Christ as presented by the Evangelists.
Unit 1 BIBL6311 - Lecture 24: The Identity of John (1)
Unit 2 BIBL6311 - Lecture 25: The Identity of John (2)
Unit 3 BIBL6311 - Lecture 26: The Contents of John
Unit 4 BIBL6311 - Lecture 27: The Theology of John (1)
Unit 5 BIBL6311 - Lecture 28: The Theology of John (2)
Unit 6 BIBL6311 - Lecture 29: The Christ of the Gospels (1)
Unit 7 BIBL6311 - Lecture 30: The Christ of the Gospels (2)
BIBL4222 - The Canon of Scripture - Dr. Paul Henebury
The Canon of the Old and New Testaments is studied from both a historical and biblical perspective. In this course the recent trends in Canon studies are scrutinized, including claims that the early church ‘corrupted’ the NT faith of the Apostles.
Module 1 Canon and Inspiration
After providing a definition Dr Henebury goes on to relate the issue of Canon with the doctrine of Inspiration
Unit 1 BIBL4222 - Course Syllabus
Unit 2 BIBL4222 - Lecture 1: Understanding the Biblical Canon.
Unit 3 BIBL4222 - Lecture 2: Inspiration and Canonicity
Unit 4 BIBL4222 - Lecture 3: Inspiration, Canonicity and the Witness of Jesus
Module 2 Old Testament Canon
We look at liberal approaches and the issue of a threefold canon
Unit 1 BIBL4222 - Lecture 4: Liberal Views of the Old Testament Canon (1)
Unit 2 BIBL4222 - Lecture 5: Liberal Views of the Old Testament Canon (2)
Unit 3 BIBL4222 - Lecture 6: The Threefold O.T. Canon (1)
Unit 4 BIBL4222 - Lecture 7: The Threefold O.T. Canon (2)
Unit 5 BIBL4222 - Lecture 8: Biblical Criticism of the O.T. (1)
Unit 6 BIBL4222 - Lecture 9: Biblical Criticism of the O.T. (2)
Unit 7 BIBL4222 - Lecture 10: Survey of the Apocrypha
Module 3 New Testament Canon
The NT poses some different problems than the OT
Unit 1 BIBL4222 - Lecture 11: Issues Related to the New Testament Canon
Unit 2 BIBL4222 - Lecture 12: What About the Lost Gospels?
Unit 3 BIBL4222 - Lecture 13: The Gospel of Judas
Unit 4 BIBL4222 - Lecture 14: The Evangelical Approach to New Testament Canon
Unit 5 BIBL4222 - Lecture 15: The Recognition of the NT Canon in Post-Apostolic Times (1)
Unit 6 BIBL4222 - Lecture 16: The Recognition of the NT Canon in Post-Apostolic Times (2)
Unit 7 BIBL4222 - Lecture 17: Canon Disputes, Marcion and the Gnostics
Unit 8 BIBL4222 - Lecture 18: The NT Canon and NT Textual Criticism
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