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  1. Biblical Interpretation Today

    Biblical interpretation in our postmodern context is anything but stable. Contemporary approaches to understanding the Bible, however, have their roots in critical methods of interpretation that were developed in the modern period, using principles of the Enlightenment. In "Biblical Interpretation Today," Gerhard Hasel provides a quick but comprehensive account of the development of such methods as source criticism, form criticism, and redaction criticism until the appearance of structuralism. Hasel exposes the presuppositions underlying these methods and points the way forward to a more biblical approach.

    Author: Gerhard F. Hasel

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  2. Ellen G. White's Role in Biblical Interpretation: A Survey of Early Seventh-day Adventist Perceptions

    This article surveys the history of Adventist views on the role of Ellen White's writings in biblical interpretation. It focuses specificaly on the role and authority Adventists ascribed to her in the interpretation of the Bible.

    Author: Denis Kaiser

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  3. An Orphan in the Cosmos? An Adventist Reflection on the Creation-Evolution Debate

    This lecture was the keynote address at the North American Division Faith and Science Conference, 2003. It is a theological reflection from an Adventist perspective on the interaction of faith and science; its benefits and dangers.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

  4. Biblical Doctrine of Inspiration and Authority

    A careful theological review.

    Author: Frank B. Holbrook

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  5. God's Presence in the Sanctuary: A Theology of His Nearness

    This is an attempt to look at the sanctuary doctrine from  what could be considered to be the center of the theology of the sanctuary, namely the nearness of God.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

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  6. The Pastor and Theology

    Should pastors be theologians? The pastor may not bear the technical title of ‘theologian,’ but this essay explores the close connection between pastoral ministry and the ‘theological task.’ The ministerial duties of missionary work, building Christian experience, persuading people about the gospel, and preaching involve the pastor inextricably with doing theology.

    Author: Ángel Manuel Rodríguez

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  7. Contemporary Responses to Sola Scriptura: Implications for Adventist Theology

     

    Sola scriptura was the Protestant Reformers' battle cry. Today, both positively and negatively, Protestant theologians respond differently to the original formulation of Reformers' principle, depending on the view they take on the Bible. This article explores the reasons behind the different contemporary responses to the sola scripture principle, and the implications for theology today.

    Author: Kwabena Donkor

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  8. About Us

    Biblical Hermeneutics Biblical Theology   Ekkehardt Mueller, Th.D., D.Min. Associate ... the Biblical Research Institute can be grouped under three main headings: theological research, ... biblical studies and theology for pastors, Bible teachers, administrators, and other interested workers, ...
  9. About Us en français

    to the church. Specific functions include: Theological Research Identifying areas in which biblical ... theology, and related areas. Providing a forum for the presentation and discussion of papers on biblical and ... provides seminars in biblical studies and theology for pastors, Bible teachers, church administrators, and ...
  10. The Divisiveness of Theology

    Although theology is needed, doing theology can be divisive. At times this can be inappropriate and harmful. The article explores how negative effects of doing theology can be prevented.

    Author: Ekkehardt Mueller

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