Hermeneutics

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A Rich Variety of Literature as the Word of God
An Analysis of Three Approaches of the Historical-Critical Method of Interpretation
An Evaluation and Alternate Suggestions Regarding Questioned Translations in the Second Edition of God's Word - NT
An Overview of Hermeneutics in the 21st Century
Biblical Hermeneutics
Biblical Interpretation in 20th Century Lutheranism
Biblical Interpretation in the Middle Ages and the Reformation
Cancer at Concordia
Chemnitz and Authority
Figurative Language in the Bible
Genesis III and the Contemporary Interpretation
How is the Lutheran Church to Interpret and Use the Old and New Testaments?
Is Allegorizing a Legitimate Manner of Biblical Interpretation?
J.P. Koehler, His Hermeneutic and the Wautatosa Theology
Linear and Concentric Patterns in the Rhetorical Style and Structure of Malachi
Luther and Lyra on the Song of Solomon: Were They Singing the Same Tune?
Pernicious Presuppositions of the Historical-Critical Method of Bible Interpretation
Reason Made Captive to Scripture
Scripture and Interpretation
Stand Fast in the True Grace of God!: A Study of 1 Peter
The Battle to Preserve the Doctrine of the Inspiration and Inerrancy of Scripture in American Lutheranism
The Formation of the New Testament Canon
The Historical Background of Luther's Hermeneutic
The Life of Our Lord in Contemporary Interpretation
The Real Theme of the Epistle to the Ephesians
The Seminary's Unchanging Foundation in a Changing World: Sola Scriptura
The Spirit of Biblical Feminism: An Analysis of Biblical Feminist Hermeneutics
The Uniqueness of the Christian Scriptures : The Scriptures in the Context of History
The Use of Hermeneutics in Sermon Preparation
Theses on "Sola Scriptura"
Verbal Inspiration and the Variant Readings
What Do We Mean When We Say 'So Says the Word of God'?
What in Scripture is Universally Applicable and What is Historically Conditioned?
Why the Historical-Critical Method of Interpreting Scripture is Incompatible with Confessional Lutheranism