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Jun
9
comment What is the “Theological Interpretation of Scripture” movement?
Thanks for the follow up--and the interesting meta-analysis!
Jun
8
comment What is the “Theological Interpretation of Scripture” movement?
I appreciate the breakdown, but I think "Theological Interpretation of Scripture" is used as a technical term. Most of what I read about it from Googling around seems to be interacting with this movement, or talking about people who are doing so. The TIS movement seems to be trying to propose an alternative to the methodologies you suggest
May
31
asked What is the “Theological Interpretation of Scripture” movement?
May
21
comment How should ἱλαστήριον (hilasterion) be translated in Romans 3:25?
Propitiation and expiation have different objects, though the same act. God is propitiated, whereas sin is expiated. That is, propitiation means that God is appeased and his wrath is turned aside; expiation means that sin and guilt is taken away, covered up, or atoned for. So the two go hand in hand--when God's wrath is turned aside, he covers our sin; when he covers our sin, his wrath is turned aside. More specifically, when God's wrath is diverted from us to Jesus, his blood covers our sin; that act in turn reconciles us to God.
May
17
comment Twenty plus twenty-five plus fifteen in Ezekiel 45:12
If that were the case, I would just say "three twenty-shekels is a mina"
May
14
revised What does it mean to be “born of water”?
removed footnote mark; made "water" and "spirit" bold
May
11
comment According to Romans 5, is death caused by individual sin, or Adam's sin?
+1 for imputed righteousness (Christ to man) necessitating imputed sin (man to Christ)
May
8
accepted How can we understand “another gospel” in its historical context?
May
7
comment How can we understand “another gospel” in its historical context?
Thank you--this is a very compelling argument that Paul had the Judaizers in mind when warning against competing "gospels". I actually appreciate you stopping short of the modern parallel; although those are the occasion for my question, I'd see it as more of an application of this text.
May
7
accepted What is a Horizon of Understanding and how can it be applied to understanding the Bible?
May
7
accepted Is hermeneutics primarily descriptive or prescriptive?
May
7
accepted Who believes, is baptized, and is saved in Acts 16?
May
7
revised How can we understand “another gospel” in its historical context?
clarification of my question
May
7
asked How can we understand “another gospel” in its historical context?
Feb
8
comment What hermeneutical approach does Hebrews use on the Old Testament
It's reasoning by analogy, but it helps
Dec
15
awarded  Scholar
Dec
15
accepted Is there a sacramentalism in the “Bread of Life” discourse?
Dec
14
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is Jesus trying to tell us about divisions in the household?
Dec
13
comment Why does Jesus include “persecutions” in the list of things received by his followers?
Hey @Shredder, I've been glad to see you getting involved in the site here. Can you augment your answer with support for this reading, either with other scripture, or with commentary support, or the like?
Dec
9
comment Who believes, is baptized, and is saved in Acts 16?
Interesting. I'd rather avoid modern-day infant vs believer baptism; I'm just trying to understand what scripture says.