SUGGESTION: Patternist Hermeneutics (John Mark Hicks)

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MJ. Smith | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Jun 29 2020 3:48 PM

We have many resources available in Logos which provide the same perspective on hermeneutics. This is a conservative, Biblical hermeneutic based on a more holistic approach i.e. theological.

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MOVING FROM A “BLUEPRINT HERMENEUTIC” TO A THEOLOGICAL ONE

In this book, John Mark Hicks tells the story of his own hermeneutical journey in reading the Bible. Lovingly and graciously, he describes his transition from a “blueprint hermeneutic” to a theological one. Some suggest that moving away from a patternistic command-example-and-necessary-inference approach for understanding what God requires leaves no other alternative, or at least none that both respects biblical authority and seeks to obey the gospel of Jesus the Messiah.

In Searching for the Pattern, John Mark offers just such an alternative. His theological hermeneutic is deeply rooted in the way the Bible presents itself as a dramatic history of God’s plan to redeem the world as well as his own experience of growing up among Churches of Christ. Seeing the gospel of Jesus as the center of the biblical drama reorients us to what provides our Christian identity and unites us as disciples of Jesus.

Orthodox Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev: "To be a theologian means to have experience of a personal encounter with God through prayer and worship."

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