Robert B. Chisholm Jr. Interpreting the Historical Books: An Exegetical Handbook. Grand Rapids: Kregel Publications, December 1st, 2006. 231 pp.
This book exceeded my expectation. I really enjoyed this book on interpreting the historical narratives found in the Old Testament. Some people might not think of hermeneutics as “fun” but this really was fun to read. It was also helpful for me too. I think the book was a rare combination of being meaty and yet insightful into the Scriptures that makes readers excited to want to read the Old Testament.
The book is divided into six chapters. The first chapter focuses on what is narrative literature with the breakdown on what are the elements of narratives and interpretative principles that are conscious of them. The second chapter is on the primary themes of the historical books while the third chapter is on the preparing for interpretation. Chapter four…
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