Summary of William W. Klein, Craig L. Blomberg & Robert L. Hubbard, Jr.'s Introduction to Biblical Interpretation

by Everest Media (Author)
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#1 I had enrolled my name in the scientific school as a student of natural history. I was to take care of the fish, and I was told that no man is fit to be a naturalist who does not know how to take care of specimens.

#2 I was extremely pained to hear that I could not see the most conspicuous feature of the fish, which was as plainly before my eyes as the fish itself. I was piqued, and I was mortified. I spent hours studying the fish, and eventually discovered one new thing after another.

#3 I learned a lot from my time with Charles, especially his emphasis on the importance of observing and connecting the dots between facts. I was not content with just the facts, but wanted to connect them with a general law.

#4 Study Philippians 2:16–17, and make 25 observations about the text. These observations must be made only on these two verses, although you may use Philippians 2:12–18 to orient yourself to the theme(s) the author is writing about.

Publication date
July 25, 2022
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