It's become almost a rite of passage to engage in the "translation" debate on which Bible translation is the best. Often, the dignity of a translation rests upon the loudest voices, or salvation through the survey, or "whatever is being handed out for free" at the local church. But I think at least a brief … Continue reading Bible Translations and Hermeneutics
I doubt we are sufficiently attentive to how we read our Bibles. And that is, in many ways, why I have thought it appropriate to begin where I have: Why Hermeneutics? I do not think it appropriate to assume ill when assuming good will is not only equally probable but also charitable in the least … Continue reading Why Hermeneutics?