A Hermeneutical Evaluation of the Christocentric Hermeneutic

How to study and teach the Bible are of utmost importance for a pastor. The Christocentric hermeneutic has proposed a modification to a grammatical-historical hermeneutical approach. This article maintains that such an alteration is not scripturally warranted and that the grammatical-historical method is not only justified by Scripture but also more than sufficient to discover the glories of Christ as perfectly presented in God’s Word. Accordingly, a Christ-centered ministry not only honors Christ in the pulpit by proclaiming Him but also in the study by handling His Word the way He demands.

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Turabian: Chou, Abner. "A Hermeneutical Evaluation of the Christocentric Hermeneutic." The Master's Seminary Journal 27, no. 2 (Fall 2016): 113–39.

APA: Chou, A. (2016). A Hermeneutical Evaluation of the Christocentric Hermeneutic. The Master's Seminary Journal, 27(2), 113–39.