Hermeneutics (Interpreting the Bible)

Hermeneutics (Interpreting the Bible)

Here are details of another of our new virtual classrooms which are running this autumn and which are open to anyone.  (You can find more information about our virtual classrooms here.)

Hermeneutics is the technical term for the theory and methodology of correctly studying the text of Scripture. This course is designed to give you the tools to study any passage of Scripture and come to a correct understanding and application of the text.

Hermeneutics is both a science and an art.   It is a science because there are rules that must be applied, and it is an art in that the skill and gifting of the interpreter is necessary for the correct application of the rules.

This will be a very practical and interactive course with lots of exercises and opportunities to apply what you have learned.

This course runs over 18 weeks – 9 in the autumn of 2020 and 9 in the Spring of 2021. There is an optional, additional 9 week component in the summer of 20201.

Course dates:

In order to make this course as widely accessible as possible we are running it at two different times in the week

Tuesdays

  • October 6, 13, 20, 27; November 10, 17, 24; December 1, 8
  • from 7-9pm

Thursdays

  • October 8, 15, 22, 29; November 12, 19, 26; December 3, 10
  • from 2-4pm

Course Tutor:

Rev John Brand, EBC Principal

John has been involved in a Bible preaching and teaching ministry for more than 40 years, has pastored 3 local churches, headed up an international missions agency, led 2 Bible Colleges and trained preachers in several countries including Sudan and South Sudan.

Course Cost:

We want to make our courses as widely accessible as possible so this course, like our other virtual classrooms, is available on a donation basis, though the usual cost for this course would be £90 for each term.

Registration:

Pre-registration for this course is essential and can be done here.

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